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Boone County Law Dispatch 1

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 Boone County Law Dispatch 1

Belvidere Police and Boone County Sheriff.
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Sheriff/Rural Law Dispatch [Ch 1]  STARCOM21 TG1376

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This feed only broadcasts County 1. As other talkgroups are sometimes used for Tactical information, they will not be shared. Only when normal traffic is switched to County 2 due to 1 being down for technical difficulties will it be switched to County 2. (Despite what RR names the talkgroup, this is what you will hear used)

This feed is for Belvidere PD, and Boone County SD.

Units with a 9 are city (ie: 9King1) King units are Chief and Lieutenants, Sam units are Seargents, and David are detectives. City squads are 2 and 3 digit numeric call.. (ie: 77, or 401)

Units with 20 are County following the same assignment as City.  With the addition of, Charles is Coroner, and Zebra is Animal services. (you may occasionaly hear an Edward unit, which is EMA) County squads use a 4 digit call (ie: 7790) although you will hear them use 3 digits as they used to years ago (ie: 790) Units in the 8xx range are Sherriffs auxiliary units. Occasionally you may hear a 16xx unit on County 1. These are Illinois State police District 16 troopers. 


They mainly use the standard Law Enforcement 10-code as published widely across the internet. (With the addition of 10-56 1/2, being controlled substance) they also append reports with "Code #" the # is a number (Code 5). The following list is my "best guess" as to what each means.

Code 1 nothing found

Code 4 report complete

Code 5 Ticket issued

Code 7 Warning issued

Code 12 Long status checks

Code 25 Meal Break

Code 26 Back from meal break

Code 2, 3, and 6 I am unsure of, and don't want to hazard a guess. As with most law enforcement J-3 is a male, J-5 is a female. You may once in great while hear J-1 which I've found to mean  a piece of equipment..(ie: Your J-1 is in your box [in my squad etc])