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Elko City and County Public Safety

NV: Elko & Eureka Co SOs; ECSD & Carlin PDs; Western Shoshone DPS; (NSP/NHP NE part-time); Elko & Eureka Cos, Elko, Carlin, Wells EMS; Elko FD & VFD, Elko & Eureka Co FDs & VFDs, EIDC NDF/FDRL Fire (seasonal); NDOT-Elko Rd Ops (seasonal).
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Feed Notes

This feed covers PD/FD/EMS for Elko County (4th largest county in the U.S. - population: 52,400), located in northeastern Nevada - The largest gold producing region in North America.  Also covered are portions of Eureka, Lander, & White Pine counties (NSP/NHP - when events warrant).  NDOT - Elko Rd Ops (seasonal).

10-CODES (ECD & NSP):
  • 10-01 Reception Poor
  • 10-02 Reception Good
  • 10-04 Acknowledged
  • 10-05 Relay or Meet
  • 10-06 Traffic Stop
  • 10-07 Out of Service
  • 10-08 In Service
  • 10-09 Repeat
  • 10-10 Fight in Progress
  • 10-12 Stand by
  • 10-13 Advise of Weather Conditions
  • 10-16 Fight-Domestic Disturbance
  • 10-18 Complete assignment quickly
  • 10-19 Return To
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call on Telephone
  • 10-22 Disregard/Never mind
  • 10-23 On Scene
  • 10-24 Leaving Scene (mission complete)
  • 10-25 Meet in person
  • 10-26 Criminal History Check
  • 10-27 Drivers License check
  • 10-28 Registration Check
  • 10-29 Wants/Warrants Check
  • 10-30 Illegal use of Radio
  • 10-32 Person with a Gun
  • 10-33 EMERGENCY
  • 10-36 Time
  • 10-38 Suspicious vehicle/circumstances
  • 10-41 Coming On Duty
  • 10-42 Going Off Duty
  • 10-43 Information
  • 10-45 Dead or Injured Animal
  • 10-46 Disabled Vehicle/Motorist Assist
  • 10-47 Abandoned Vehicle
  • 10-48 Traffic Device needs repair
  • 10-50 Accident
  • 10-50F Fatality
  • 10-50H Hit and Run
  • 10-50I Person(s) injured
  • 10-50P Property Damage
  • 10-50U Unknown injuries if any
  • 10-51 Tow Truck Request
  • 10-52 Ambulance Request
  • 10-54 Livestock on Roadway
  • 10-55 Drunk Driver usually ATL
  • 10-56 Drunk Pedestrian usually ATL
  • 10-58 Direct Traffic
  • 10-59 Convoy/Escort
  • 10-60 Check Point Operation
  • 10-61 Vehicle Weighing Operations
  • 10-62 Vehicle Inspection
  • 10-63 Terminal Inspection
  • 10-69 Haz Mat Involved
  • 10-70 Fire
  • 10-76 Enroute
  • 10-77 ETA
  • 10-78 Officer Needs Assistance
  • 10-79 Notify Coroner
  • 10-88 Need Phone Number of ______
  • 10-92 Dead body
  • 10-95 Radio Check
  • 10-96 Mental Subject
  • 10-98 Jail/Prison Disturbance
  • 10-99 Stolen Vehicle Codes returned on
  • 10-26/10-29 from SCOPE
  • 11-10F Felony Want
  • 11-10M Misdemeanor Want
  • 11-10C Use Caution (history of Convictions)
  • 11-33 Officer in Danger-Send Help!
  • 11-10(F)rank -felony stop (for NHP): The channel will go "Code Red" The Code Red marker will beep every few seconds. Only troopers/deputies involved in the felony stop are to use the radio during a Code Red.
  • CODE 1 At Your Convenience
  • CODE 2 Expedite-obey all laws
  • CODE 3 Emergency (Lights & Siren)
  • CODE 4 Everything OK
  • CODE 5 Surveillance
  • CODE 7 Lunch Break
  • J-1 Transporting personnel
  • J-X(ray) Transporting personnel of opposite sex
  • J-2 Transporting Property
  • J-3 Transporting Prisoner
  • J-3X(ray) Transporting Prisoner of opposite sex
  • J-4 Transporting paperwork 

Other codes used by NSP:to dispatcher

  • AC Accident Report
  • AO Other Agency Assist
  • AS Assist-Our Agency
  • CC Commercial Citation
  • CI Citation Issued
  • GA Gone on Arrival
  • LC License Citation
  • MA Motorist Assist
  • NA No Action Taken
  • OA Other Agency Incident
  • ON Other No Report
  • RC Registration Citation
  • SC Speeding Citation
  • SS Settled at Scene
  • UL Unable to Locate
  • VW Verbal Warning

 

Cities, towns, & communities covered:
Elko County:
-  City of Elko (population 20,000)
-  Spring Creek (rural community SE of Elko - population 12,500)
-  City of Carlin (population 2,500)
-  City of Wells (population 1,400)
-  Jackpot (population 1,200)
-  Pleasant Valley
-  Lamoille
-  Lee (South Fork Indian Res)
-  Jiggs
-  South Fork/Lucky Nugget/Ten-Mile/Twin Bridges
-  Osino/Ryndon/Elburz/Halleck
-  Kittridge Canyon
Eureka County:
-  Eureka
-  Pine Valley
-  Crescent Valley
-  Beowawe
Seasonal fire coverage includes NDF, BLM, USFS, BIA, and other state & federal agencies, covering Elko County and northern portions of Eureka, Lander and White Pine counties.

 

Common Abbreviations/Codes used in Feed Alerts
BIA
Bureau of Indian Affairs
BLM
Bureau of Land Management
CPD
Carlin Police Dept
CVFD
Carlin Volunteer Fire Dept
DUI
driving under the influence
EB
eastbound
ECD
Elko Central Dispatch
ECF
Elko Co Fire Protection District
ECSO
Elko Co Sheriff's Office
ECSP
Elko Co School Police
EFD
Elko Fire Dept
EIDC
Elko Interagency Dispatch Center
EMS
Emergency Medical Service
EOP
End of Pavement
EPD
Elko Police Dept
EuCSO
Eureka Co Sheriff's Office
EVFD
Elko VFD (Lee Engine Co)
FDRL
Federal (BLM/USFS) air & ground
K-5
deceased person (vehicle crash)
MVA
motor vehicle accident/collision
MM or MP
mile marker or mile post
MPDS
 Medical Priority Dispatch System
NB
northbound
NDF
Nevada Division of Forestry
NHP
Nevada Highway Patrol
NSP
Nevada State Police
NSRS
Nevada Shared Radio System
NYTC
Nevada Youth Training Center
RP
reporting party
SB
southbound
SOA
scene of action
TG
talk group (800MHz trunked)
USFS
US Forest Service
UTL
unable to locate
VFD
Volunteer Fire Dept
WB
westbound
WSDPS
Western Shoshone Dept of Public Safety

 


Feed Frequencies
154.1300
EFD/EVFD Dispatch (ECD)
154.4300
EFD/EVFD Ch. 3 (SOA)

155.0550
 
Dispatch (ECD) for: ECSO, ECSP, SCF, CPD, CVFD, area-wide VFDs, Countywide EMS, Summit Air Ambulance**
155.0700
EuCSO Dispatch (North)
158.8950
NDF Wildland Fire Dispatch Elko Local (EIDC)
159.4500
NDF Wildland Fire Dispatch (EIDC)
151.2200
EIDC NDF/BLM Mtn Repeater (EIDC)
163.5750
EIDC NDF/BLM Mtn Repeater (EIDC)
159.3450
NDF Wildland Fire Red-1 (SOA)
158.8650
NDF Wildland Fire Red-2 (SOA)
171.5350
BLM/USFS Wildland Fire Dispatch (EIDC)
171.6750
BLM TAC (SOA)

 

 

 

NSRS 800 MHz EDACS Trunked - Elko Central Dispatch (ECSO, ECSP, TRIBAL/BIA, EMS):
     TG: ECSO 1, ECSO 2, & ECSO 3

 

NSRS 800 mhz EDACS Trunked - Nevada State Police (NSP)/Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) [Only active when conditions/incidents warrant]
     TG: NHP ELKO DISPATCH 1
(Note:  Other fire-related channels/frequencies may be added during significant fire activity.)

Call Sign Designations
500's
Tribal Police (Southfork Res)
1100's
ECSP Officers
4500's
WSDPS (Tribal)
Adam #
ECSO Admin
David #
ECSO Deputies
Lincoln #
ECSO Lieutenants
Robert #
ECSO Reserve Deputies
Sam #
ECSO Sergeants
2000's
NHP Majors/Captains
3000's
NHP Lieutenants
4000's
NHP Sergeants
6000's
NHP Traffic Enforcement Troopers
7000's
NHP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Troopers
9000's
NHP Civilian Employees

 

Elko City/County Station Designations:
Law Enforcement:
Station 1 - NHP - Northern Command East
Station 2 - Officers' homes
Station 3 - Elko Co. Court House
Station 4 - Elko PD
Station 5 - Elko Co. Sheriff's Office (Elko)
Station 5A (5-Adam) - ECSO (Spring Creek Substation)
Station 5B (5 Boy) - ECSO (Wells Substation)
Station 5C (5 Charlie) - ECSO (Jackpot Substation)
Station 6 - Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital
Station 8 - Elko Co. Jail
Station 15 - NE Nevada Juvenile Detention Center (JDC)
Station 47 - Elko Regional Airport
Station 48 - Elko Animal Shelter
Station 71 - WSDPS Tribal Police Station - Elko
Station 80 - Elko Central Dispatch Center
Station 81 - Elko County School District Police Station
Elko City Fire:
Station 1 - EFD Main (W. Idaho St.)
Station 2 - EFD/EVFD/Lee Engine Co. (Railroad St.)
Station 3 - EVFD/Lee Engine Co. (S. 9th St. @ Lamoille Hwy.)
Elko County Fire Protection District 
ECF Station 21 - Elko
ECF Station 28 - Spring Creek
ECF Station 26 - Carlin

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