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Nassau County Police Codes
Nassau County Police Codes
on Sunday January 21, 2007
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Here is a list of NCPD radio codes.


The sources for the codes are as follows:
Fordyce.org Long Island Scanner Resources
Scanner Master NY Metro/NNJ Communication Guide - 7th ed.

If you have a list of codes for some of the Town PD's, please PM me, or add them to the bottom of this list.

Thanks!

NCPD Status Codes

Status 1 In service - Available for assignment
Status 2 On assignment - Not Available
Status 3 Out of vehicle
Status 4 Out of service (ex- mechanical)
Status 5 Out of service (Administrative)
Status 6 Proceeding to Station House
Status 7 Tactical assignment - Not Available
Status 8
Spare Button
10-1 Back in service
10-2 Radio check
10-3 Return to post - Not Needed
10-4 Acknowledge
10-5 On Personal break
10-6 On Short break
10-7 On Meal
10-8 Clear from meal, break, personal
10-9 Field Stop
10-10 Call command by landline
10-11 Report to command or as directed
10-12 Acknowledge call from Radio
10-13 Report to County Jail
10-15Hit on plate, VIN, or warrent
10-16 On crossing duty
10-17 Off crossing duty
10-18 Any messages?
10-19 No messages
10-20 Location
10-21 Motor vehicle plate check
10-22 Motor vehicle ownership check
10-23 Motor vehicle registration check
10-24 Warrant Check
10-25 NCIC and state records check
10-26 VIN check
10-27 License check
10-28Check Plate and VIN for Owner and Loss
10-29 Not reported stolen
10-30Assigned by Supervisor
10-31Requests permission to go to command
10-32 Out of service to court
10-33 Clear the channel (any emergency request)
10-34
Request to go for Fuel.
10-35Career Criminal (Signal 35)
10-36 Time check
10-38 Switch to channel...
10-39 RequestComplainant
10-40 At scene, Disregard assignment
10-41 Request one additional unit
10-42 Request two additional units
10-43 Request supervisor
10-44 Request impound
10-45 Request detectives
10-46 Request S.I.B.
10-47 Request Medical Examiner
10-48 Request "wagon and basket"
10-49 Request telephone company
10-50 Request LIPA
10-51 Request fire department (washdown)
10-52 Request ambulance
10-53 Request emergency truck (Large)
10-54 Request rescue truck (Mini-Moe)
10-55 Request large department tow truck
10-56 Request small department tow truck
10-57 Request light truck
10-58 Request bomb disposal truck
10-59 Request crime scene search
10-60 Request helicopter
10-61 Request marine unit
10-62 Request ambulance - Mental case (EDP/Emotionally Disturbed Person)
10-63 Returning to command
10-64Responding with arrest/prisoner
10-65 Respond to...(location and investigation type)
10-66 Enroute to next assignment
10-67 Out of service / Out on assignment
10-68 Out of service - No Operator
10-70 Frequency in use for special assignment - not for emergency messages
10-72
Request Ambulance for Pronouncement/DOA
10-76 Monitor your MDT
10-78 Officer in trouble
10-80 Responding
10-81 Arrived at the scene
10-82 Transporting to hospital
10-83 Arrived at hospital
10-84Leaving hospital and returning to post
10-85 Not Needed - Return to post
10-86 On post
10-87 Respond Non-Emergency, Without Delay
10-90 Notify command of overtime
10-91 Meet at...(location)
10-92 Meet at command post
10-93 Report to Staging Area
10-94 Respond with shotguns, vests
10-95 Alternative Ops Center Activated
10-96 Alternative Ops Center Deactivated
10-97 SWAT
10-99 Possible Emergency - Quiet response needed
Auxiliary Police Ten-Codes
10-1 back in service
10-2 radio check
10-4 acknowledgement
10-5 on personal
10-6 on coffee
10-7 on meal
10-8 off meal/coffee/personal
10-9
repeat message
10-10phone command as directed
10-11 report to command as directed
10-12 acknowledge call from radio
10-16 on crossing
10-17 off crossing
10-18 any messages?
10-19 no mesages
10-20 location
10-33 clear channel (any emergency request)
10-34 request permission to respond to stationhouse (reason/fuel/paperwork)
10-36 time check
10-38
Request car to car capability
10-40 at scene give responding units a disregard
10-41 request ncpd assistance
10-52 request ambulance
10-68 out of service
10-70 assigned by police officer
10-78 police officer in danger
10-80 responding to assignment
10-81 at scene/assignment
10-85 not need at assignment
10-91 meet at location
10-92 meet at command post
10-100
Out of service
Glen Cove P.D. Radio Codes
10-1 In service
10-2 Radio check
10-3 Disregard/return to post
10-4 Acknowledge
10-6 Coffee break
10-7 On meal break
10-8 Off meal break
10-10 Call headquarters
10-11 Report to HQ
10-14 Stolen vehicle
10-15 Active VIN/Plate/Warrant
10-16 On crossing duty
10-17 Food run
10-18 Messages?
10-20 Location?
10-23 License plate check
10-24 Warrant check
10-26 VIN check
10-27 License check
10-28 Assault/fight
10-29 Burglary
10-34 Automobile accident
10-35 Armed robbery
10-37 Suspicious vehicle
10-43 Request supervisor
10-44 Request impound
10-45 Request detective
10-52 Request ambulance
10-55 Request tow truck
10-62 Suspicious person
10-64 Bringing in prisoner
10-67 Out of service
10-69 Bomb threat
10-71 Fire
10-72 Aided case
10-74 Dead on Arrival
10-78 Officer in danger
10-87 Respond with caution
10-98 Alarm

Comments
Posted by gailwin on Sep 19, 2007 : 01:59
Reply to this NCPD Codes
Registered: Sep 01, 2007 : 19:09
Comments: 3
anyone know what signal 10 means?

Posted by JDBEMT on Nov 01, 2007 : 12:25
Reply to this Re: NCPD Codes
Registered: Oct 29, 2007 : 18:16
Comments: 1
Same as 10-10

Posted by spraygun29 on Dec 11, 2008 : 02:33
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Registered: Dec 11, 2008 : 02:15
Comments: 4
Location: nassau, ny
Im good Friends with a NCPD Officer and i asked him what a Signal 10 is and he said it meant to call command on a phone. I said to him so it could be that theres an assignment that they dont want to say over the radio and he said "yes, or its... can you pick up lunch" (laghing) i said ok thanks.

Posted by giants on Nov 04, 2007 : 04:32
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Registered: Feb 05, 2007 : 03:40
Comments: 1
anyone no if 10-90 really means to advise command of overtime??

Posted by hammer on Mar 06, 2008 : 03:43
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Registered: Mar 02, 2008 : 04:12
Comments: 1
yes because of face to face relief

Posted by kb2psm on Aug 05, 2008 : 13:47
Reply to this NCPD Codes - Long Beach PD Usage
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Registered: Aug 05, 2008 : 13:32
Comments: 1
A few years ago Long Beach PD moved from proprietary codes to the County codes.

We retained two codes not used by Nassau County:

10-50 is a motor vehicle accident (including pedestrian or bicyclist struck).

10-70 is a Fire Department Call.

The radio caller would elaborate as the the nature of the 10-50 or 10-70 if/when possible.

Long Beach, NY
Sgt. - Long Beach Auxiliary Police
Listening in on N2ION/R
447.925- 114.8PL
Posted by ipfd320 on Aug 05, 2008 : 15:01
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Registered: Mar 31, 2007 : 02:05
Comments: 73
Location: Martin County Florida
as for the 10-50 if i rember correctly it was used as a national code for cb / pd....nypd still uses 10-50 to this day for mva,s

Posted by Luke on Aug 05, 2008 : 16:49
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Registered: Mar 14, 2006 : 16:53
Comments: 27
NYPD uses the signal 10-53 for a MVA, not 50. A 10-50 is a disorderly group or noise complaint.

Posted by Brendon on Nov 24, 2008 : 03:57
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Registered: Nov 24, 2008 : 03:40
Comments: 1
Most Police Departments use 10-50 as Auto Accident. I'm surprised the NCPD's are mostly administrative and don't describe situations.

Posted by anthonym1300 on Feb 23, 2009 : 02:21
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Registered: Feb 23, 2009 : 02:13
Comments: 1
mommma mia

Posted by paolom3 on Aug 05, 2009 : 22:56
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Registered: Jul 02, 2009 : 01:38
Comments: 3
What is a 32B?

Posted by mikeyg on Jun 06, 2010 : 15:12
Reply to this NCPD Codes
Registered: Oct 04, 2007 : 16:28
Comments: 1
looking for floral park pd codes.
thanks.

mikeyg
Posted by paolom3 on Aug 30, 2012 : 00:50
Reply to this Nassau County Police Codes
Registered: Jul 02, 2009 : 01:38
Comments: 3
What does Status 0 mean?



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