10-16 - on crossing 10-11 - Return to command 10-05 Repeat message. F.D.N.Y. 10-8 In Service . © 2005 Jim Fordyce. 10-15 Prisoner . Scanning Home 10-26 - VIN check Adam 5 / Boy 5 - Staten Island 10-83 - Arrived at hospital Trucking 10-7 - on meal Marine State National Park, 10-1 - In service 10-18 - any messages? 10-94 - Shotguns, vests Quick view Add to Cart. Property 10-4 Message Received . 10-81 - at scene/assignment 10-61 - Request marine unit 8 - Brooklyn North Cop-speak is a point of pride among officers, a key element of NYPD style and, as is particularly true of numeric "radio codes," a way for cops to communicate so civilians won't understand. 10-44 - Request impound 10-53 - Request emergency truck 10-34 - request permission to respond to stationhouse -(reason/fuel/paperwork) 10-4 - acknowledgement 10-36 - time check Nylon Radio Holder . 10-91 - meet at location 10-86 - On post 10-90 - Notify command of overtime - "Charlie"/"David" units are additional Mini ESU Trucks aka Extra Units 4 - Bronx  Police Radio 10-Codes. Quick view Add to Cart. NOTE: 10-04 Acknowledgment. 10-16 - On crossing duty Ten-codes, officially known as ten signals, are brevity codes used to represent common phrases in voice communication, particularly by law enforcement and in Citizens Band (CB) radio transmissions. Electricians 1 - Manhattan  10-97 - SWAT 10-63 - Returning to command Federal Towing Code 33: Clear Radio Channel, Emergency Transmissions Only. NCPD Codes NYPD ESU "Trucks" 1 - Manhattan 2 - Manhattan 3 - Bronx 4 - Bronx 5 - Staten Island 6 - Brooklyn South 7 - Brooklyn 8 - Brooklyn North 9 - Queens South 10 - Queens North Other, SCPD Info. 10-28 - 10-12 and 10-26 Landscaping 10-52 - Request ambulance 10-93 - Meet at crime scene 10-60 - Request helicopter Utilities 10-76 - Monitor your MDT Sports 10-6 - Short break 10-7 Out of Service . ESU Supervisors: L.I.R.R. 10-02 Return to quarters. Quick view Add to Cart. 10-11 Send Back up . 10-96 - Old clothes 10-7 - Meal Security/Alarms 10-3 Radio Check . 10-6 Busy . Newspapers ESU 20 - Haz Mat Supervisor, Scanning NYPD Special Operations Division (SOD), - "Charlie"/"David" units are additional Mini ESU Trucks aka Extra Units. 7 - Brooklyn Stores/Malls Amateur Radio - "Adam"/"Boy" units are the Mini ESU Trucks = Ford Cab/Utility Body (REP) Glen Cove Adam 7 / Boy 7 - Brooklyn 10-19 - no mesages Organizations "Charlie 1" / "David 1" ( 1 = Manhattan) Hotels/Motels 10-51 - Request fire department Manhattan often has additional ESU units on and you will sometime hear 10-43 - Request supervisor 10-21 - Motor vehicle plate check Code 22: Restricted Radio Traffic, All Radios Go Offline Immediately. 10-84 - Returning from hospital 10-39 was deleted 2 sub codes added under 10-40; code 3 (water leak) and code 4 (steam leak) 10-75: changed from rescue OR squad to Rescue AND squad. Officers have been using codes as early as the 1920s to keep communication succinct over the radio. 10-24 - Warrants Check 10-19 Go to Station . 10-31 - Out/enroute to command I am using a Motorola CDM1550 to provide this feed. Nassau 10-20 - Location 10-32 - Out at court 10-92 - meet at command post, This site hosted by Adam 4 / Boy 4 - Bronx  10-65 - Respond to... 10-6 - on coffee General Scanning Information, Suffolk Code 37: Subject/Person Carrying Contraband, Detain/Arrest. 10-41 - request ncpd assistance 9 - Queens South 10-70: terminology changed. ESU 3 to ESU 11 - Supervisors 10-80 - responding to assignment 10-95 - Jump suites, helmets This feed scans NYPD Special Operations Division which consists of ESU, Harbor, K-9 the Bomb Squad and other specialized units. Adam 9 / Boy 9 - Queens South - "Truck" is the Large ESU Trucks similar to that of FDNY Rescue Co's 10-59 - Request crime scene search 10-11 - report to command as directed 10-85 - not need at assignment 10-62 - Mental case 10-12 - acknowledge call from radio Fire Department of the City of New York Radio "10 CODES" 10-01 Call your quarters or other unit (specify). 10-70 - assigned by police officer 10-06 Stand by. 10-10 Off Duty . 10-18 Report Information Needed . Ten-codes, also known as 10-codes or ten signals, are code words used by many police officers to aid with voice communication. 10-9 Repeat Last Message . 6 - Brooklyn South 10-50 - Request LIPA 10-68 - Out of service 10-22 - Motor vehicle ownership check 10-99 - Quiet response, Auxiliary Police Ten-Codes M. T. A. The codes were originally developed in 1937 to allow for brevity, clarity, and standardization of messages transmitted over radio channels. 10-20 - location Reviews (No reviews yet) Write a Review Related Products; Customers Also Viewed; Quick view Add to Cart. Code 69: Sexual assault on Civil Protection unit 10-70 - Frequency closed (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1 Rescue Task Force - which includes 1 Rescue Co., 1 Collapse Rescue, 1 Squad Co. w 2nd Piece, 1 SOC Support Ladder (When a Collapse Rescue is transported by a SSL, no additional SSL is required), 2nd Alarm if not transmitted prior to the 10-60 Code 1, 1 Major Emergency Response Vehicle (MERV), 1 Mobile Respiratory Treatment Unit (MRTU), 1 High Rise Nozzle Engine Company IF none of the initial 4 Engine companies have a HRN, Nearest available Haz-Mat Technician Unit, Nearest available ALS/BLS Haz-Tac Ambulance, 2 Foam Carriers and associated engine companies, 1 Satellite Unit and associated engine company, 1 Foam Tender and associated engine company, 2 Purple K Units and associated engine companies, 3 Foam Carriers and associated engine companies. FM Radio $49.99. Adam 6 / Boy 6 - Brooklyn South the "Charlie" and "David" units. 10-5 - Personal break NCPD Info. Adam 1 / Boy 1 - Manhattan  Buses State Police Nassau Fire 10-42 - Request two additional units © 2005 Jim Fordyce, These pages created by Jim Fordyce. This feed scans NYPD Special Operations Division which consists of ESU, Harbor, K-9 the Bomb Squad and other specialized units. 10-52 - request ambulance 10-49 - Request telephone company Food Auxiliary Police Ten-Codes 10-1 - back in service 10-2 - radio check 10-4 - acknowledgement 10-5 - on personal 10-6 - on coffee 10-7 - on meal 10-8 - off meal/coffee/personal 10-10 - telephone as directed 10-11 - report to command as directed 10-12 - acknowledge call from radio 10-16 - on crossing Code 43: Requesting Overwatch Reinforcements/Overwatch Deployed. 10-58 - Request bomb disposal truck Schools 10-78 - police officer in danger Gas/Fuel Aviation Leather Radio holder. 10-08 In-service by radio. 10-64 - Transporting prisoner 10-85 - Ambulance available 10-55 - Request large tow truck 10-66 - Enroute to next assignment 10-56 - Request small tow truck Broadcasters 10-80 - Responding 10-45 - Request detectives 10-03 Call the dispatcher by telephone. 10 - Queens North 10-82 - Transporting to hospital 10-1 - back in service 10-78 - Officer needs assistance 10-13 Emergency Back Up . Sanitation 10-54 - Request rescue truck 10-10 - telephone as directed same as the "Adam"/"Boy" units. 10-30 - Station assignment 10-18 - Any messages? 10-15X Female Prisoner . 10-8 - Clear from meal Adam 8 / Boy 8 - Brooklyn North Code 30: Officer Needs Emergency Assistance. 10-17 - Off crossing duty 10-38 - Switch to channel... Radio Codes The changes made were: 10-38 no longer means steam leak. These pages created by Jim Fordyce. 10-33 - clear channel (any emergency request) NYPD Radio Code Signals for the memo book. I am using a Motorola CDM1550 to provide this feed. 10-17 - off crossing 10-10 - Call command by landline 10-13 - Report to County Jail 10-12 - Missed call Construction 10-4 - Acknowledge SCPD Codes The police version of ten-codes is officially known as the APCO Project 14 Aural Brevity Code.. Suffolk Fire Plumbing/AC 10-41 - Request additional unit 10-19 - No messages 10-5 - on personal 10-9 - Repeat message 10-46 - Request S.I.B. Today, those codes and jargon have almost become a separate language. 10-25 - NCIC and state records check 10-92 - Meet at command post 11 - Haz-Mat Truck at ESU Base (Floyd Bennett Field), NYPD ESU "Adam" & "Boy" Units 10-33 - Clear the channel $29.99. 5 - Staten Island Smithtown 10-39 - Complainant Changed to carbon monoxide codes. 10-87 - Slow down 10-27 - License check 10-68 - out of service ESU 2 - Executive Officer "XO" Adam 2 / Boy 2 - Manhattan 10-2 - radio check 10-81 - Arrived at the scene 10-2 - Radio check 10-47 - Request Medical Examiner 10-40 - at scene give responding units a disregard Taxi/Limo Adam 10 / Boy 10 - Queens North 10-07 Verify address/location. 10-3 - Return to post 3 - Bronx  10-76: added 5th truck (as the FAST truck), a squad, and a tac unit. 10-48 - Request prisoner transportation The NYPD has plans to encrypt tens of thousands of police radios in 2020 — a development that would cut off news organizations from real … 10-2 Receiving well . 10-15 - Outstanding warrant 10-36 - Time check 10-01 Call your quarters by telephone ; 10-02 Return to quarters ; 10-03 Call the dispatcher by telephone ; 10-04 Acknowledgment ; 10-05 Repeat ; 10-06 Stand by ; 10-07 Verify address ; 10-08 Available on the air. Adam 3 / Boy 3 - Bronx  10-57 - Request light truck 2 - Manhattan ESU 1 - Commanding Officer "CO" 10-91 - Meet at... 10-23 - Motor vehicle registration check 10-40 - Disregard assignment 10-67 - Out on assignment 10 Codes 10-1 Receiving Poorly . 10-8 - off meal/coffee/personal 10-29 - Not stolen

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