The book "Monitor America" 3rd edition 1996 includes police 10 codes and
also crime codes [ i.e. 415, 211, etc. ] for major metro areas. There are
local variations to the 10 codes, so what applies in ***ia, may or may
not apply in Texas, or any other state. It is a wealth of information
and was definately worth the price IMO.
: > T>If anyone out there has a decent list of the 10-codes and Signal codes fo
: > T>the Daytona Beach PD, please contact me via email. I've been going nuts
: > T>listening to my scanner and trying to figure out what exactly the hell
: > RS> I have the same problem for my small town...
: > Are you all so afraid of a uniform that you can't ask a cop?
: > Many PD's print and pass out free copies of their 10-codes,
: > but you folks sound like you're too intimidated to ask.
: I live in Grand Rapids, MI, and have been trying for months to get
: the police & fire 10-codes. I have called both deparements, and the
: have said that they may not give me that information. I have called
: times, but get the same answer each time. Maybe GR is different that
: way, this
: is a dutch community... ;-) Oh well, just a though...
: From: Jeff De Heer
: (often refered to as Fre, pronounced free...)
: WWW: http://www.redwaveradio.com/~jdehee00/
: Vice President & Student Member of
: the Calvin College chapter of ASME
: The ever famous food for thought:
: The variable achievment gradient assiduously ascribed a
: regrettably unpropitious exponential symbol to the diagnostic
: which I benignly submitted for judicious academic consideratory
: Translation: I got an E.
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