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NOTE: Unless otherwise exempted, it is against Indiana Code (included at the end of this document) to monitor this feed while mobile,
driving, walking (including mobile device apps) or to assist in the commission of a crime.
This is a Public Safety feed to be used lawfully in a person's dwelling or place of business.


Police Numbering

Indiana State Police District 51 - Pendleton
51-XXX

Henry County Sheriff's Department
 33-1 Sheriff
 33-2 Chief Deputy
 33-3 - 33-5 Captains
 33-6 - 33-12 Sergeants & Detectives
 33-XXX
Henry County EMA
 33-600 EMA Director
 33-601 - 33-6?? EMA Assistant Directors & Staff
New Castle Police Department Police
 1XX-2XX Officers & Detectives
Cadiz Police
 721 - 729
Knightstown Police
 801 - 817
Middletown Police
 Unit 1 - Unit 6
Mooreland Police
 701 - 703
Shirley Police
 901 Marshal
 902 Deputy Marshal
 925 - 931 Reserve Officers
Sulphur Springs Marshal
 712  

EMS Unit Numbering
Henry County EMS Ambulance's 1 - 6
Squad 1 Paramedic Assigned to New Castle
Squad 2 Paramedic Assigned to Southwest District Ambulance
Squad 3 Paramedic Assigned to Middletown EMS
Middletown EMS Emergency 1 & 2
New Castle EMS Medic's 1 - 5
E-1 Paramedic Director
Shirley Fire Department Ambulance 11-8
Southwest District Ambulance Knightstown Emergency 6 & 7

Fire Department Numbering
Henry County Fire Department Numbering System

2 Knightstown Fire Dept.
3 Middletown Fire Dept.
4 Mount Summit / Prairie Twp Fire Dept.
5 Mooreland Fire Dept.
6 New Lisbon Fire Dept.
7 Sulphur Springs Fire Dept.
8 Millville / Liberty Twp Fire Dept.
9 Straughn Fire Dept.
11 Shirley Fire Dept.
12 Lewisville Fire Dept.
13 Cadiz Fire Dept.
14 Greensboro Fire Dept.
15 Blountsville Fire Dept.
16 Dunreith Fire Dept.
17 Kennard Fire Dept.
18 Spiceland Fire Dept.
Fire Department Trucks are numbers 4-1 etc. Fire Chiefs use the number 9 example 18-9 Spiceland Fire Chief

New Castle Fire Department Numbering
Ladder 1
Engine 2
Engine 3
Engine 4
Rescue 5
Rescue 6
Car 9 Fire Chief

Signal 52 and 5-2 appear mean the same as 10-4

10-0 Fatality
10-1 Unable To Copy
10-2 Signals Good
10-3 Stop Transmitting
10-4 Acknowledgment/Status OK
10-5 Relay
10-6 Busy, Stand By Unless Urgent
10-7 Out-Of-Service
10-8 In Service
10-9 Repeat
10-10 Fight In Progress
10-11 Dog Case
10-12 Stand By
10-13 Weather And Road Report
10-14 Report Of Prowler
10-15 Civil Disturbance
10-16 Domestic Trouble
10-17 Complainant
10-18 Urgent
10-19 Go to Station
10-20 Location
10-21 Call
10-22 Disregard
10-23 Arrived At Scene
10-24 Assignment Completed
10-25 Report to/Meet
10-26 Detaining Subject
10-27 Drivers License Information
10-28 Vehicle Registration Info.
10-29 Check Records For Wanted
10-30 Illegal Use Of Radio
10-31 Crime In Progress
10-32 Gun
10-33 Emergency - Stand By
10-34 Riot
10-35 Major Crime Alert
10-36 Correct Time
10-37 Investigate Suspicious Vehicle
10-38 Stopping Suspicious Vehicle
10-39 Urgent-Use Lights And Siren
10-40 Silent Run-No Lights Or Siren
10-41 Start of Shift
10-42 End of Shift
10-43 Information
10-44 Request Permission To Leave Patrol For____________
10-45 Animal Carcass In Road
10-46 Assist Motorist
10-47 Emergency Road Repair
10-48 Traffic Control
10-49 Traffic Signal Out
10-50 Accident F, PI, PD (F-Fatal, PI-Person Injured, PD-Property Damage)
10-51 Wrecker Needed
10-52 Ambulance needed
10-53 Road Blocked
10-54 Livestock on Roadway
10-55 Intoxicated Driver
10-56 Intoxicated Pedestrian
10-57 Hit & Run Accident
10-58 Direct Traffic
10-59 Convoy Or Escort
10-60 Squad in Vicinity
10-61 Personnel in Vicinity
10-62 Reply To Message
10-63 Prepare To Make Written Copy
10-64 Local Message
10-65 Net Message
10-66 Message Cancellation
10-67 Clear for Net Message
10-68 Dispatch Information
10-69 Message Received
10-70 Fire Alarm
10-71 Advise Nature of Fire
10-72 Report Alarm Progress
10-73 Smoke Report
10-74 Negative
10-75 In Contact With
10-76 En Route
10-77 ETA (estimated time of arrival)
10-78 Need Assistance
10-79 Notify Coroner
10-80 Alarm
10-81 Breathalyzer Report
10-82 Reserve Lodging
10-83 School Crossing Detail
10-84 E.T.A.
10-85 Arrival Delayed
10-86 Operator on Duty
10-87 Pick Up
10-88 Advise Telephone Number Of:
10-89 Bomb Threat
10-90 Bank Alarm
10-91 Pick up Subject
10-92 Illegally Parked Vehicle
10-93 Blockade
10-94 Drag Racing
10-95 Subject in Custody
10-96 Mental Subject
10-97 Test Signal
10-98 Prison Or Jail Break
10-99 Records Indicated Wanted

Signals
1 Call Officer
2 Call HQ
3 Call Control
4 Report to HQ
5 Go to Control
6 Call - Person, at Number
7 Emergency
8 Meet __
9 Disregard
10 Rush
11 Confidential Information
12 Reply by Phone
13 Army Convoy
14 Plain Clothes / Unmarked
15 Cannot Comment on Air
16 Aircraft Accident
17 Give Emergency Right of Way
18 Target Practice
19 Truck Check
20 Car Wash
21 Car Lube
22 Car Repair
23 Speeding Vehicle
24 Vehicle & Occupants Detained
25 Regular Post Meeting
26 Bringing Subjects to Court
27 Traffic Stop
28 Bank Detail
29 Post Meeting
30 Special Patrol Assignment
31 Traffic Congestion
32 Check all Records for this Subject
33 Know Burglar
34 Possible Mental Case
35 Post Inspection
36 Advise Work Schedule
37 Any Messages?
38 No Messages
39 Post Inspection
40 Subject/Item is Wanted
41 Is Lie Detector Available?
42 Is Breathalyzer Available?
43J1 Have Personnel
43J2 Have Property in Possession
43J3 Have Prisoner in Custody
43J4 Have Papers
44 Advise Traffic Conditions
45 Broadcast FCC Call Sign
46 Pursuit in Progress
47 Escort
48 Visitors Present?
49 Platoon Standby Alert
50 Activate Riot Control Platoon
51 Running Radar in Area
52 HAZMAT Incident
54 Overtime
55 Activity Report
60 Drugs
61 Homicide
66 Requested Service Unavailable
70 Sex Crime
80 Not on File/Not Wanted
88 Microphone keyed and no voice
89 Accidentally keyed the microphone
100 Emergency - Urgent Traffic Only


 IC 35-44.1-2-7 Unlawful use of a police radio (2017)

     Sec. 7. (a) A person who knowingly or intentionally:

(1) possesses a police radio;

(2) transmits over a frequency assigned for police emergency purposes; or

(3) possesses or uses a police radio:

(A) while committing a crime;

(B) to further the commission of a crime; or

(C) to avoid detection by a law enforcement agency;

commits unlawful use of a police radio, a Class B misdemeanor.

     (b) Subsection (a)(1) and (a)(2) do not apply to:

(1) a governmental entity;

(2) a regularly employed law enforcement officer;

(3) a common carrier of persons for hire whose vehicles are used in emergency service;

(4) a public service or utility company whose vehicles are used in emergency service;

(5) a person who has written permission from the chief executive officer of a law enforcement agency to possess a police radio;

(6) a person who holds an amateur radio license issued by the Federal Communications Commission if the person is not transmitting over a frequency assigned for police emergency purposes;

(7) a person who uses a police radio only in the person's dwelling or place of business;

(8) a person:

(A) who is regularly engaged in newsgathering activities;

(B) who is employed by a newspaper qualified to receive legal advertisements under IC 5-3-1, a wire service, or a licensed commercial or public radio or television station; and

(C) whose name is furnished by the person's employer to the chief executive officer of a law enforcement agency in the county in which the employer's principal office is located;

(9) a person engaged in the business of manufacturing or selling police radios; or

(10) a person who possesses or uses a police radio during the normal course of the person's lawful business.

     (c) As used in this section, "police radio" means a radio that is capable of sending or receiving signals transmitted on frequencies assigned by the Federal Communications Commission for police emergency purposes and that:

(1) can be installed, maintained, or operated in a vehicle; or

(2) can be operated while it is being carried by an individual.

The term does not include a radio designed for use only in a dwelling.