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This file contains many of the radio codes & signals you hear used on the air. The information has been gleaned from many sources and since the only way to get this information is to listen and record what the radio codes and signals are encountered, there may be some differences in what is presented here from what you might believe the code or signals is used for. The data is arranged alphabetically by agency name. You can help in this effort. You can simply click on the link above to submit your information, or you can mail your information to us at: National Communications P.O. Box 291918 Kettering, OH 45429 This information is presented as a research tool courtesy of National Communications Magazine. Remember the site is free for you to use, but then there is really nothing that is free of charge. The magazine supports the web site, so please consider supporting the magazine with a subscription. With an annual subscription of $21.00 you will also receive access to our on-line 4 Million frequency searchable databases. We also have a site dedicated to Trunked Frequencies which is also available to you at no charge. You can look up frequencies by city/state You can look up frequencies by frequency/state You can print up the list of frequencies You can email a search to yourself to use in Excel or Scancat============================================================================= DELAWARE STATE RADIO CODES 10-1 Situation under control 10-45 Rescue equipment needed 10-2 Arriving at scene 10-46 Fire apparatus needed for 10-3 Go ahead with message washdown 10-4 OK, Received message 10-47 Dispatch tank truck 10-5 Relay 10-48 Alarm at location 10-6 Busy 10-49 Civil disturbance - Police 10-7 Out of service 10-50 Contact medical examiner 10-8 In service 10-51 Notify fire marshall 10-9 Repeat message 10-52 Permission to leave sector 10-10 Accident, PI, PD, H&R 10-53 Obstruction in roadway 10-11 2nd Fire alarm received 10-54 Road blocked or closed at ______ 10-12 Request assistance at HQ 10-55 Pick up __________ or fire station 10-56 School crossing assignment 10-13 Weather and road conditions 10-57 Bomb threat 10-14 Convoy or escort 10-58 Traffic light not functioning 10-15 Prisoner in custody 10-59 Release standby personnel 10-16 Pick up prisoner at ______ 10-60 Contact C.I. division 10-17 Meal stop or send coffee & 10-61 Property check sandwiches to scene 10-62 Clear on property check 10-18 Clear assignment ASAP 10-63 Advise where _____ can be 10-19 Return to ________ contacted 10-20 Location 10-64 Special unit operating in area 10-21 Contact by telephone 10-65 Attempting warrant at ______ 10-22 Disregard 10-66 Radio tower lights checked 10-23 Direct traffic at ______ 10-67 Permission to transmit car to car 10-24 Send assistance to scene 10-68 Meet officer ______ at ______ 10-24A Assist ______ at ______ 10-69 Enroute to _________ 10-25 ETA 10-70 Report to __________ 10-26 Advise operator's # of ____ 10-71 Alert for major emergency 10-26A Record of traffic violations 10-72 Mobilize for major emergency 10-26B Record of criminal violation 10-73 Report to marshalling area 10-27 Notify appropriate police 10-74 Supplement committed personnel agency and equipment 10-28 Registration information 10-75 Activate scrambler 10-29 Check for wanted 10-75A Deactivate scrambler 10-29N Negative on wanted 10-76 911 hang up 10-29P Positive on wanted 10-77 Radio restriction 10-30 Does not conform to rules & 10-78 Radio restriction lifted regulations 10-79 Routine non-emergency transport 10-31 Meet complainant at _____ 10-80 Spinal injury 10-32 Complaint to be suffixed 10-81 Mental patient alphabetically 10-82 Communicable disease 10-33 Parking violation 10-83 Head, face & neck injury 10-33A Disabled vehicle (location) 10-84 Seizure 10-34 Prepare to make copy 10-85 Convulsions 10-35 Confidential information 10-86 Drowning 10-36 Time check 10-87 Police action (caution) 10-37 Advise if court is open 10-88 Overdose 10-37N Court not open 10-89 Burns 10-38 Magistrate available? 10-90 Possible cardiac arrest 10-38N Magistrate not available (external heart massage) 10-39 Use caution 10-91 D.O.A. 10-40 Officer in trouble 10-92 Possible internal injury 10-41 Checking MV or pedestrian 10-93 Fractured limb at location 10-94 Miscarriage 10-42 Clear on check 10-95 Emergency maternity 10-42A Arrest 10-96 Have oxygen ready 10-42CPC -- Crime prevention check 10-97 Severe bleeding 10-42R Reprimand 10-98 Stroke victim 10-43 Wrecker needed 10-99 Heart attack 10-44 Ambulance needed 10-100 Clear the air - emergency msg. =============================================================================