*North Carolina Ten Codes*
By: Raine
As Of 17 April 2005

These are the Ten Codes used by the North Carolina Highway Patrol, Dept. of Correction, and most other NC state agencies. Local police departments often use different 10 codes, but many of the common ones are standard. (Ten Codes with * beside them differ from standard APCO Codes).

10-1 - signal weak
10-2 - signal good
10-3 - stop transmitting
10-4 - affirmative (OK)
10-5 - relay (to)
10-6 - busy
10-7 - out of service
10-8 - in-service
10-9 - say again (repeat)
*10-10 - negative
10-12 - stand-by (stop)
10-13 - existing conditions
*10-14 - message/information
*10-15 - message delivered
*10-16 - reply to message
*10-17 - en route
*10-18 - urgent
*10-19 - (in) contact
10-20 - location
10-21 - call ___ by phone
10-22 - disregard
*10-23 - arrived at scene
10-24 - assignment completed
10-25 - report to (meet)
*10-26 - estimated arrival time
10-27 - license/permit info
10-28 - vehicle ownership info
10-29 - records check
*10-30 - danger/caution
*10-31 - pick up
*10-32 - ___ units needed (specify)
*10-33 - help me quick
*10-34 - time
*10-40 - fight in progress
10-41 - beginning tour of duty
10-42 - ending tour of duty
*10-43 - chase
*10-44 - riot
*10-45 - bomb threat
*10-46 - bank alarm
*10-47 - complete assignment quickly
*10-48 - detaining subject, expedite
*10-49 - drag racing
10-50 - accident PD, PI, F
10-51 - wrecker needed
10-52 - ambulance needed
10-53 - road blocked
*10-54 - hit & run PD, PI, F
*10-55 - intoxicated driver
*10-56 - intoxicated pedestrian
*10-57 - request breathalyzer operator on duty to meet ___
10-58 - direct traffic
l0-59 - escort or convoy
*10-60 - investigating vehicle *10-61 - stopping vehicle
*10-62 - burglary / breaking and entering
*10-63 - investigate ___ at ___
*10-64 - crime in progress
*10-65 - report of armed robbery
*10-66 - notify coroner or medical examiner
*10-67 - investigate report of death
*10-68 - livestock on highway
*10-69 - advise present telephone number
*10-70 - improperly parked vehicle
*10-71 - improper use of radio
*10-72 - prisoner in custody
*10-73 - mental subject
*10-74 - prison or jail break
*10-75 - records indicate wanted or stolen
*10-76 - report of prowler
*10-77 - assist fire department with traffic
*10-78 - report of abandoned vehicle
*10-79 - report of vehicle fire
*10-80 - report of careless and reckless driving
*10-81 - report of high speed
*10-82 - report of disabled motorist
*10-83 - report of improper registration
*10-84 - report of operator's license violation
*10-85 - report of mini bike / go-cart violation
*10-86 - beginning authorized travel
*10-87 - ending authorized travel
*(10-88) - sometimes used to warn of potential infectious disease
          (NOT AN OFFICAL TEN CODE & IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE USED)



Signal 1 - suspect armed & dangerous
Signal 2 - report of suspected drug trafficking (vehicle/suspect  description, direction of travel, & "Signal 1" if applicable)
Signal 4 - report of vehicle stored / recovered
Signal 8 - your equipment is ready for service
Signal 9 - meet at ___ troop meeting or division meeting
Signal 11 - all men affected by this signal should immediately prepare for emergency duty & maintain radio contact
Signal 12 - report to ___ at ___ for emergency duty
Signal 13 - conviction / revocation
Signal 14 - current suspension / revocation other than DWI
Signal 18 - accident / incident involving hazardous material
Signal 19 - report of aircraft crash at ___
Signal 20 - report of aircraft in difficulty at ___
Signal 21 - request for radio or car repair
Signal 22 - collision report via radio
Signal 23 - message requiring special handling (answer requested)
Signal 24 - daily accident summary
Signal 25 - ___ needs immediate assistance to make arrest of resisting person
Signal 26 - computer terminal is temporarily out-of-service
Raine



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