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R.C.M.P. 10 Codes for Nova Scotia

10-1   Signal Weak                   10-33  Help me quickly
10-2   Signal good                   10-34  Time
10-3   Stop transmitting             10-42  Person/vehicle in observation
10-4   O.K.                          10-43  Person in parole category
10-5   ___________                   10-44  Person in charged category
10-6   Busy                          10-45  Person in elopee category
10-7   Out of service                10-46  Person in prohibited category
10-8   In service                           Foxtrot = firearms, Lima = liquor
10-9   Say again                            Delta = driving
10-10  Negative                      10-60  Hijacking
10-11  ________ on duty              10-61  Trunk repeater hook-up to______
10-12  Stand-by (Stop)               10-62  Stand-by, trunk in use
10-13  Existing conditions           10-63  Trunk call cancelled
10-14  Message information           10-64  Repeater locked on
10-15  Message delivered             10-65  Anything for us
10-16  Reply to message              10-66  Nothing for you
10-17  Enroute                       10-67  Check on drug involvement
10-18  Urgent                        10-68  Suspected drug involvement
10-19  (In) Contact                  10-69  Returning to office
10-20  Location                      10-70  Aircraft disaster
10-21  Call______by phone            10-71  Checking vehicle year, color, etc.
10-22  Disregard                     10-72  Bomb threat
10-23  Arrived at scene              10-73  Emergency
10-24  Assignment completed          10-80  Arson
10-25  Report to________             10-81  Break & enter
10-27  License/permit information    10-82  Fraud
10-28  Ownership information         10-83  Impared driving
10-29  Records check                 10-84  Offensive weapon
10-30  Danger/caution                10-85  Robbery
       Victor = violence, Echo =     10-86  Sex
       escape, Mike = mental,        10-99  Tim Hortons
       Sierra = suicidal                    (Tango Hotel)


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