Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Sally Strass » Wed, 04 Jan 1995 03:43:27


Does anyone have a list or a place to find these?  I am having trouble
understanding I'm hearing in New York (Manhattan).  Hope this is the
right place to ask.

Thanks,
____________
Sally Strasser

 
 
 

Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Ki4j » Wed, 04 Jan 1995 04:10:54


Quote:

> Does anyone have a list or a place to find these?  I am having trouble
> understanding I'm hearing in New York (Manhattan).  Hope this is the
> right place to ask.

Sally don't worry, most of us have trouble understanding New Yorkers!

Victor Healey (Ki4je)

AR8000 (The Ultimate Handheld Scanning Receiver) Information URL
ftp://ftp.crl.com/users/ro/vhealey/www/ar8000.homepage.html

PS Sally I bet your Radio Shack has an Orange book called Police Call
with the very 'codes' you are looking for.

 
 
 

Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Sally Strass » Wed, 04 Jan 1995 13:16:08



> PS Sally I bet your Radio Shack has an Orange book called Police Call
> with the very 'codes' you are looking for.

--nope, those codes don't work in NYC, I tried that.  Someone e-mailed
me a really great list that looks like the right stuff, though.  

Does anyone else listen to NY police, though?  What does it mean when
they say "go to 10"?  Is that another frequency and how would I find
it, it doesn't seem to be on any lists I can find.

Thanks!
____________
Sally Strasser

 
 
 

Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Chris Barbo » Wed, 04 Jan 1995 17:10:21

Hi Sally,
I listen to the NYPD alot.
Email me with any questions and I will be more than happy to answer
anything you need to know.

Chris

--
Chris Barbosa
Ligosa Entertainment Corp. NYC

 
 
 

Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Dan Morisse » Thu, 05 Jan 1995 12:52:30



>--nope, those codes don't work in NYC, I tried that.  Someone e-mailed
>me a really great list that looks like the right stuff, though.  

        Could that "someone else" send ME a copy ... or post them here?

Quote:>Does anyone else listen to NY police, though?

        I do when I am back there visiting my sister in W. Orange. The
stuff from Manhattan comes in great at her house.

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Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Howard Glassma » Fri, 06 Jan 1995 04:02:58


>Does anyone else listen to NY police, though?  What does it mean when
>they say "go to 10"?  Is that another frequency and how would I find
>it, it doesn't seem to be on any lists I can find.

This refers to frequency 476.7375.  It is not on a repeater and therefore you
would only be able  to monitor it if the party transmitting was really close to
where you were.  This frequency is also used for major event operations in
Manhattan such as the T
imes Square detail on New Year's Eve.

E-mail me if you need anything else.  Use this address though:

 
 
 

Help with 10-codes for NYC police?

Post by Chris Barbo » Fri, 06 Jan 1995 09:05:17

Channel 10 is NYPD Citywide 1 on 476.7375 and it indeed IS a published
REPEATER frequency which allows you to hear both sides of the
communication. I believe Howard is referring to channel
9 which are point to point "Repeaterless" frequency's which are different
for each borough.

--
Chris Barbosa
Ligosa Entertainment Corp. NYC