Daphne Police Public Safety
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This feed is of Daphne Police Department. The City of Daphne has an 800 MHz LTR system that is used by City Departments (Police, Public Works, & Utilities). The data squawk you hear at the start and end of the transmission is Kenwood Fleetsync which is used for unit id.
************ Daphne Fire Department is now using a Kenwood Nexedge UHF Digital System which is networked with the Nexedge systems owned by the City of Foley, City of Bay Minette, & City of Robertsdale. This is a multicast system with a total of (7) tower sites. The City of Fairhope has stopped using the Nexedge system.
Daphne Police uses some of the codes listed below
00 Given as "double zero".Office needs all possible assistance.
10-0 Use caution. Details not known.
10-1 Unable to copy - charge location.
10-2 Signal good.
10-3 Stop transmitting.
10-4 Acknowledgment (OK).
10-5 Relay. (J1 - Personnel; J2 - Property; J3 - Prisoner; J4 - Papers).
10-6 Busy - unless urgent.
10-7 Out of service. Not subject to call.
10-8 In service.
10-10 Out of vehicle. Subject to call.
10-11 Remain in service
10-12 Stand by (Stop). Remain alert for further details.
10-13 Weather and road conditions
10-14 Correct time
10-15 Have in possesion; (J1 - papers) (J2 - Property; J3 - Prisoner; J4 - Papers).
10-16 Pick up: (J1 - Personnel; J2 - Property; J3 - Prisoner; J4 - Papers)
10-17 Urgent. Rush present detail.
10-18 Any traffic for this unit or station?
10-19 No traffic for your unit or station.
10-21 Call. . . . . by telephone
10-22 Report in person to . . .
10-23 Arrived at scene
10-24 Assignment completed
10-25 Disregard last information or assignment
10-26 Detaining suspect or person. (the suspect may be close enough to officer to over hear radio traffic)
10-27 Drivers license information.
10-28 Vehicle registration information
10-29 Check for wanted
10-30 Illegal use of radio
10-31 Hit and run. (J1 - personnel; J2 - Property)
10-32 Man with gun (a call where a gun is involved)
10-33 EMERGENCY. Maxumum priority. All units and Stations not involved - maintain radio silence.
10-34 Tower lights
10-35 Major crime alert
10-36 Urgent. Use light and siren
10-37 Urgent. Silent run.
10-38 Investigate suspicious vehicle or person.
10-39 Stopping suspicious vehicle. Give all information before stopping.
10-40 Stolen vehicle
10-41 Beginning tour of duty
10-42 Ending tour of duty
10-43 Complete present assignment quickly
10-44 leave assigned patrol area
10-45 Off day
10-46 Assist motorist
10-47 Emergency road repairs needed
10-48 Need assistance. Not 00 or 10-33
10-49 Traffic light out . . .
10-50 Traffic Accident
10-51 Towing service
10-52 Ambulance (EMS needed at scene)
10-53 Road blocked
10-54 Livestock on highway. (J1 - live stock; J2 - carcass)
10-55 Intoxicated driver
10-56 Intoxicated pedestrian
10-57 Crime in progress
10-58 Direct traffic
10-59 Convoy or escort
10-60 Attempt to contact
10-61 Return to . . .
10-62 Reply to message
10-63 Prepare to make written copy
10-64 Message for local delivery
10-65 Radio log number
10-66 Message, dispatch, or assignment cancellation
10-67 Prowler report
10-68 Dispatch information
10-69 Car to car clearance
10-70 Fire alarm. (F - forest; H - house; V - Vehicle)
10-71 Report progress on fire
10-72 Meet complainant
10-73 Supervisor needed
10-74 Intoximeter operator needed
10-75 Photographer needed
10-76 Investigator needed
10-77 Narcotics or Drug related
10-78 Notify coroner
10-79 In contact with
10-80 D.C.G. (disaster control group) (ope. con. 1; op. con. 2; op. con. 3)
10-81 Officer in vicinity (Arrived in the area of the call)
10-82 Reserve lodging
10-83 Cancel reservations
10-84 En route
10-85 Will be late
10-86 Missing person
10-87 E.T.A. (estimated time of arrival)
10-88 Present telephone number of . . .
10-89 Dead person
10-90 Security alarm
10-91 Unnecessary use of radio
10-93 Blockade. (road block)
10-94 Drag racing
10-95 Reckless driving
10-96 Mental person
10-97 Civil distrubance; (A - Racial; B - Teenagers; C - Crowd gathering: D - Fighting)
10-98 Prison or jail break
10-99 Records indicate wanted or stolen (A - felony; B - Misdemeanor)
10-100 Hot pursuit