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91 Cards in this Set

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10-1
Reception poor
10-2
Reception good
10-4
Message received
10-5
Relay message
10-6
Busy, stand by
10-7
Out-of-service
10-8
In-service
10-9
Repeat transmission
10-10
Off duty
10-11
Identify mobile frequency
-KA4993
10-13
Advise road or wx conditions
10-14
Provide escort
10-15
Prisoner in custody
10-17
Relay papers, supplies, etc
10-19
Return or return to _______
10-20
Location requested
10-21
Telephone _______
10-22
Disregard (message or detail)
10-23
Stand by
10-28
Request for registration
10-29
Check for wanted (person, vehicle, or object)
10-30
Improper radio traffic
10-31
Attempt suicide
10-35
Code 2 backup
10-36
Confidential information
10-36A
Confidential information, subject possible armed
10-36M
Confidential information, possible misdemeanor wants
10-36F
Confidential information, possible felony wants
10-37
What time is it?
10-39
Message or item delivered
10-97
Arrived at scene
10-98
Assignment completed
11-10
Take a report
11-24
Abandoned vehicle
11-25
Traffic hazard (specify type)
11-26
Disabled vehicle, occupied
11-27
DDL check, driver held
11-41
Ambulance required
11-44
Possible fatality
11-48
Provide transportation (person)
11-66
Defective traffic signals (describe)
11-79
Accident: ambulance rolling
11-80
Accident: major injury
11-81
Accident: minor injury
11-82
Accident: property damage
11-83
Accident: no details
11-84
Direct traffic
11-85
Tow truck required
11-86
Bomb threat
11-87
Bomb found
11-98
Meet _______
11-99
Officer requires help, emergency
Code 2
Urgent
Code 3
Emergency
Code 4
Situation stable, emergency no longer exists
Code 20
Notify press
Code 33
Clear radio channels for emergency traffic
Code 70
May remove tie if wearing vest
Code 80
May remove tie
Mayday
Emergency landing
187 PC
Murder
207 PC
Kidnapping
211 PC
Robbery
242 PC
Assault
245 PC
Assault with a deadly weapon
261 PC
Rape
314 PC
Indecent exposure
415 PC
Disturbing the peace
417 PC
Brandishing
459 PC
Burglary
647f
Public intoxication
5150 W&I
Mental case
10851 VC
Vehicle theft
20001 VC
Felony: hit and run
20002 VC
Misdemeanor: hit and run
23110 VC
Throwing objects at vehicles
23152 VC
Misdemeanor: drunk driving
23153 VC
Felony: drunk driving
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Adam Boy Charles
David Edward Frank
George Henry Ida
John King Lincoln
Mary Nora Ocean
Paul Queen Robert
Sam Tom Union
Victor William Xray
Yellow Zebra
Vehicle descriptions
Color, Year, Make, Body, License
Person descriptions
1. Name
2. Color
3. Sex
4. Age
5. Height
6. Weight
7. Hair
8. Eyes
9. Complexion
10. Physical marks (scars, tattoo's, limp, etc)
11. Clothing (head to foot)
(a) Hat
(b) Shirt or tie
(c) Coat
(d) Trousers
(e) Socks
(f) Shoes
Commissioner
Brown (5 stars)
Deputy Commissioner
Farrow (4 stars)
Assistant Commissioner, Field
Anderson (3 stars)
Assistant Commissioner, Staff
Green (3 stars)
Deputy Chief (Departmental Training Division)
Redding (2 stars)
Assistant Chief (Departmental Training Division)
McLaughlin (1 star)
Academy Commander
Captain Stanley (2 bars)
Instructional Services Program Manager
Lieutenant Michalkiewicz (1 bar)
Tactical Program Manager
Lieutenant Leal (1 bar)
Staff Office Sergeant
Sergeant Budwine (3 chevrons)