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10-1   Unable to Copy                  10-41  Non-emergency, urgent
10-2   Signals Good                    10-42  Emergency
10-3   Change Frequency                10-46  Assist motorist
10-4   Acknowledgement, O.K.           10-49  Traffic signal down
10-5   Relay                           10-50  Vehicle accident
10-6   Busy, stand by                  10-51  Wrecker needed
10-7   Out of Service                  10-52  Ambulance needed
10-8   In Service                      10-53  Road/traffic blocked
10-9   Repeat last transmission        10-55  D.W.I.
10-10  Fight in Progress               10-56  Intoxicated pedestrian
10-12  Stand By / Stop                 10-57  Hit and run
10-13  Weather / Road Report           10-60  Welfare check
10-14  Report of prowler               10-65  Open door/window
10-15  Civil disturbance               10-66  Message cancellation
10-16  Domestic disturbance            10-68  Request back-up
10-17  Meet complainant                10-69  Emergency back-up
10-18  Complete quickly                10-70  Fire call/alarm
10-19  Return to _______               10-71  Advise on situation      
10-20  What is Your Location?          10-77  E.T.A.
10-21  Call________ on landline        10-79  Notify Coroner (DOS)
10-22  Disregard                       10-80  In custody
10-23  Arrived at scene                10-81  Lunch, coffee, donuts
10-24  Assignment completed            10-83  No contact
10-25  Report to ________              10-84  If meeting ___ advise by ___
10-26  Detaining subject, expedite     10-85  Late
10-27  Operator' License Check         10-86  Transportation
10-28  Vehicle Registration Info       10-87  Bar/security check
10-29  Check for wants and warrants    10-88  Advise present Telephone #
10-30  Emergency at station            10-89  Wrecker enroute
10-31  Crime in progress               10-90  Alarm in progress
10-32  Weapons Involved                10-91  Unnecessary use of radio
10-33  Emergency traffic only          10-92  Are you clear to receive
10-35  Major crime alert               10-93  Blockage (Road Block)
10-36  Routine Traffic Stop            10-94  Racing/exhibition of speed       
10-37  Suspicious vehicle/person       10-95  Check local record
10-38  Stopping suspicious vehicle     10-96  Mental case
10-39  Urgent - use lights/siren       10-97  No wants or warrants
10-40  Urgent - no lights/siren        10-98  Emergency at state jail
                                       10-99  (Adam) - Wanted and dangerous

                                       Fire Emergency Services:
                                       Code 1  Pos in-flight emergency
                                       Code 2  Pilots emergency
                                       Code 3  Actual crash / emergency
                                       Code 4
                                       Code 5  Re-call aux/off duty to Fire
                                       Code 6  Re-call Aux/off duty to scene
                                       Code 99 EMS Cardiac arrest
                                       Code Red  --  Emergency
                                       Code Yellow - Non-emergency

The State Trooper Codes are also used by the following agencies:

Fairbanks Fire Department
Fairbanks Police Department
Juneau Police Department
Ketchikan Police Department

Juneau Radio System Photos Ketchikan Radio System Photos ============================================================================= ANCHORAGE FIRE DEPARTMENT: 10-1 Receiving Poorly 10-15 Intoxicated Person 10-2 Receiving Well 10-33 Send Police Code Red 10-4 Acknowledgement, O.K. 10-34 Send Police Code Yellow 10-7 Out of Service 10-35 Do You Need Police Assist 10-8 In Service 10-96 Mental Subject STANDBY RETURNING TO QUARTERS IN QUARTERS SIZE UP TERMS No Fire Visible 2 1/2 " (Hose) Fire Fire Out on Arrival Second Alarm Fire 1 1/2" (Hose) Fire Code 99 - No Signs of Life ALERT I Incoming Aircraft With Problems, Fire & Medic Units Respond to Airport Code Yellow or Red as ETA Allows ALERT II Incoming Aircraft With Problems, Fire & Medic Units Respond to Airport Code Yellow or Red as ETA Allows ALERT III Aircraft Has Crashed. Fire & Medic Units Respond to Scene -- Code Red CODE RED -- Lights & Siren CODE BLUE - Non Emergency, Use Lights & Siren to Clear Intersection of Heavy Traffic CODE YELLOW - Non Emergency CODE GREEN -- Discontinue Response CODE BLACK -- Fire Department Personnel Fatality. Use Channel Five. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ANCHORAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT CODES & CALL SIGNALS 10-1 Reception poor 11-1 Murder 10-2 Reception good 11-2 Rape 10-3 Change channels 11-3 Robbery 10-4 Affirmative, OK 11-5 Burglary 10-5 Meet the officer 11-6 Grand larceny 10-6 Disregard 11-7 Auto theft 10-7 Out of service 11-8 Petty larceny 10-8 In service 11-9 Prowler 10-9 Repeat 11-12 CCW 10-10 Stand by 11-19 Disturbance 10-12 Take report 11-22 D.W.I. 10-13 Fire 11-23 Accident 10-14 Live "Hot" wires down 11-24 Accident with injury 10-15 Intoxicated "Drunk" 11-25 Warrant 10-17 Prisoner in custody 11-26 Vandalism 10-18 Car refueling or maint. 11-27 Suspicious person/car 10-19 Jail 11-28 Suicide 10-20 Transport 11-29 Dead on arrival 10-21 Location 11-30 Locate/wanted 10-22 Telephone 11-31 Lost or found property 10-23 Return to station 11-32 Juvenile(s) 10-24 Registration check 11-35 Open door/window 10-25 Take call, report to 11-36 Animal 10-26 Remain in service 11-37 Medic/rescue call 10-27 Wrecker needed 11-38 Mental person 10-28 In pursuit 11-39 False alarm 10-29 Wrecker enroute 11-40 Fire call/alarm 10-32 Psycho 11-41 Bomb threat 10-33 Need assistance 11-50 Security 10-34 Send one cover unit 10-35 Welfare check Code 1 When possible 10-36 Officer assist Code 2 Routine response 10-44 Emergency - clear air Code 3 Emergency response 10-55 Follow-up Code 4 Emergency / quiet 10-60 Citizen's arrest 10-61 Traffic control 10-62 Other traffic (assist) 10-70 Traffic stop 10-76 F.I. 10-80 Lunch time 10-81 Donut time (break) 10-82 Personal 10-90 Duty officer in dispatch 10-91 Bring vehicle to station 10-92 Court duty, attorney confrence 10-93 Daministration, duty, errands 10-95 Miscellaneous 10-98 Misdemeanor warrant 10-99 Felony warrant =============================================================================

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