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New York City (NY) Law Enforcement

Contents

  • 1 NYPD
    • 1.1 10-Codes
    • 1.2 NYPD Abbreviations
  • 2 External Links

NYPD

  • New York City Police Department (NYPD) Project 25 System
  • SSE5000 (NYPD) — custom Motorola radio for NYPD

10-Codes

New York City Police Department Radio Signal Codes Common Codes:

  • 10-1 Call Your Command
  • 10-2 Return To Your Command
  • 10-3 Call Dispatcher By Telephone
  • 10-4 Acknowledgment
  • 10-5 Repeat Message
  • 10-6 Standby
  • 10-7 Verify Address
  • 10-10 Possible Crime (prowler, suspicious person/vehicle, shots fired, etc.)
  • 10-11 Alarm (specify type)
  • 10-12 Police Officer/Security Holding Suspect
  • 10-13 Assist Police Officer
  • 10-14 License Plate Check – Occupied & Suspicious – Verify If Stolen
  • 10-15 License Plate Check – Verify If Is Stolen – Occupied or Not
  • 10-16 Vehicle is Reported Stolen
  • 10-17 Vehicle is Not Reported Stolen
  • 10-18 Warrant Check Shows An Active Warrant
  • 10-19 Warrant Check Negative Past /In progress Crime:
  • 10-20/10-30 Robbery
  • 10-21/10-31 Burglary
  • 10-22/10-32 Larceny (specify: auto, from person, other) /
  • 10-33 Explosive Device or Threat
  • 10-24/10-34 Assault (specify)
  • 10-25/10-35 Child Abuse
  • 10-29/10-39 Other Crime (specify)
  • 10-44 Suspicious Substance Reported (Bio/Chem/etc.) [L-Letter, P-Package, S-Substance] Rapid Mobilization Codes: (see also10-70, 10-71, 10-77)
  • 10-45 4 sergeants, 20 officers
  • 10-46 1 lieutenant, 8 sergeants, 40 officers
  • 10-47 Additional lieutenant, 8 sergeants, 40 officers
  • 10-48 Unscheduled response as directed by officer in charge ALSO: Level One Responding Borough Task Force Level Two Task Force – City Wide Level Three Local Borough Precinct Personnel Level Four Precinct Personnel – City Wide Non Crime Incidents:
  • 10-50 Disorderly Person/Group or Noise
  • 10-51 Roving band (specify direction of travel & number in group)
  • 10-52 Dispute (specify)
  • 10-53 Vehicle Accident (specify)
  • 10-54 Ambulance Case (specify type)
  • 10-55 Ambulance Case No RMP required
  • 10-56 Verify if Ambulance Needed
  • 10-56 O Outstretched Person (used in transit condition needing verification)
  • 10-57 2nd Call for Ambulance – verify
  • 10-58 Assist Ambulance (specify type of assist)
  • 10-59 Alarm of Fire (specify type)
  • 10-60 H Research (disabled vehicle)
  • 10-60 I Broadcast (chase/pursuit) Administrative Codes:
  • 10-61 Precinct Assignment/Not Available (give condition and location)
  • 10-62 Out of Service – Mechanical (give condition and location)
  • 10-63 Out of Service – Meal
  • 10-64 Quality of Life Incident [A-Animal, B-Blocking Driveway, C-Construction D-Drinking, E-Bikes/Skates, F-Fireworks G-Garbage, H-Homeless, I-Hazardous Location K-Lewd Acts, M-Posting Advertisements, N-Panhandling P-Peddling, Q-Foul Odor, R-Trespass, S-Squeegee T-Traffic, U-Urinating, V-Vandalism, Z-Other] Other Conditions:
  • 10-65 Utility Trouble (specify nature and if ESU responding or not)
  • 10-66 Unusual Incident (train derailment/collision, plane crash, building collapse)
  • 10-67 Traffic/Parking Condition (specify)
  • 10-68 See Complainant re: (specify)
  • 10-69 Other Non-Crime Incident (specify)
  • 10-69 N Narcotics – refer to PDU
  • 10-69 S For your eyes only – refer to out of city agency (specify)
  • 10-75 P Park, Walk, Talk
  • 10-75 V Vertical Patrol
  • 10-75 D Directed Patrol Mobilization Codes:
  • 10-70 Borough emergency
  • 10-71 Citywide emergency
  • 10-77 Implement local mobilization plan Assignment Status (interim):
  • 10-80 Cancel (specify unneeded service)
  • 10-81 Transporting to Stationhouse
  • 10-82 Verificaton/Arrest (give number detained)
  • 10-83 Report/Notification at Station House
  • 10-84 Arrived at Scene
  • 10-85 Need Additional Unit (specify type & reason)
  • 10-86 Female In/Female Out of Vehicle (indicate time)
  • 10-87 Unit to Hospital (specify hospital)
  • 10-88 Vehicle Pursuit as a result of another assignment
  • 10-89 Other Interim Status (specify) Final Dispositions:
  • 10-90 F1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of domestic violence is alleged) F2 Domestic Incident Report (unfounded report of domestic violence) J1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of child abuse is alleged) J2 Domestic Incident Report (offense of reported child abuse is unfounded) N Unfounded or Unnecessary Alarm U Unable to gain entrance X Unfounded Y Unnecessary Z Gone on arrival
  • 10-91 Non-crime corrected
  • 10-92 Arrest C Crime Arrest (felony/misdemeanor, include number arrested) F Family Offense Arrest Made J Child Abuse Arrest Affected Q Other Arrest (specify type)
  • 10-93 C Complaint Report prepared for a crime F Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Family Offense) J Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Child Abuse) Q Other report prepared (no arrest)
  • 10-94 Handled by previous tour
  • 10-95 Non-crime referred by another agency (specify)
  • 10-96 Summons served
  • 10-97 H Patient removed to hospital R Patient refused medical aide E1 EDP admitted to hospital E2 EDP released from hospital
  • 10-98 Resuming patrol/available (not acceptable from final unit on scene)
  • 10-99 Other final disposition (must include remarks) T4 Vehicle Accident – no tow truck required T5 Vehicle Accident – DARP tow required T6 Vehicle Accident – other tow service T7 Vehicle Accident – DARP and other tow service T8 Vehicle Accident – DARP requested, waited 30 minutes, made 2nd request, resumed patrol

NYPD Abbreviations

  • BAT – Burglary Apprehension Team
  • BCB – Brooklyn Central Booking
  • BNTF – Brooklyn North Task Force
  • BSTF – Brooklyn South Task Force
  • BXTF – Bronx Task Force
  • CBQ – Central Booking – Queens
  • CD – Communications Division
  • CPU – Community Policing Unit
  • CRD – Central Records Division
  • CSU – Crime Scene Unit
  • ESU – Emergency Service Unit
  • FCD – Field Control Division
  • FSD – Fleet Services Division
  • HAU – Homicide Analysis Unit
  • HB – Housing Bureau
  • HNU – Hostage Negotiation Unit
  • HOU – Homeless Outreach Unit
  • HU – Harbor Unit
  • IAB – Internal Affairs Bureau
  • LPS – Latent Print Section
  • MCB – Manhattan Central Booking
  • MNTF – Manhattan North Task Force
  • MOS – Member of Service (NYPD)
  • MSSTF – Manhattan South Scooter Task Force
  • MSTF – Manhattan South Task Force
  • MTD – Motor Transport Division
  • MTTF – Manhattan Traffic Task Force
  • MTU – Mobile Tactical Unit
  • MU – Mounted Unit
  • NEU – Narcotics Enforcement Unit
  • OCCB – Organized Crime Control Bureau
  • OCID – Organized Crime Investigation Division
  • PBBN – Patrol Borough Brooklyn North
  • PBBS – Patrol Borough Brooklyn South
  • PBBX – Patrol Borough Bronx
  • PBMN – Patrol Borough Manhattan North
  • PBMS – Patrol Borough Manhattan South
  • PBQN – Patrol Borough Queens North
  • PBQS – Patrol Borough Queens South
  • PBSI – Patrol Borough Staten Island
  • RATF – Roosevelt Avenue Task Force
  • RAU – Resource Allocation Unit
  • RMP – Radio Motor Patrol
  • SCSU – Staten Island Street Crime Suppression Unit
  • SCU – Street Crime Unit
  • SITF – Staten Island Task Force
  • SNEU – Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit
  • SOD – Special Operations Division
  • SPIN – Special Investigations Unit
  • TARU – Technical Assistance Response Unit
  • TB – Transit Bureau
  • THV – Temporary Headquarters Vehicle
  • TCD – Traffic Control Division
  • TOD – Traffic Operations District
  • VED – VICE Enforcement Division

External Links

  • NYPD Brevity Codes

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New York City (NY) Law Enforcement

Contents

  • 1 NYPD
    • 1.1 10-Codes
    • 1.2 NYPD Abbreviations
  • 2 External Links

NYPD

  • New York City Police Department (NYPD) Project 25 System
  • SSE5000 (NYPD) — custom Motorola radio for NYPD

10-Codes

New York City Police Department Radio Signal Codes Common Codes:

  • 10-1 Call Your Command
  • 10-2 Return To Your Command
  • 10-3 Call Dispatcher By Telephone
  • 10-4 Acknowledgment
  • 10-5 Repeat Message
  • 10-6 Standby
  • 10-7 Verify Address
  • 10-10 Possible Crime (prowler, suspicious person/vehicle, shots fired, etc.)
  • 10-11 Alarm (specify type)
  • 10-12 Police Officer/Security Holding Suspect
  • 10-13 Assist Police Officer
  • 10-14 License Plate Check – Occupied & Suspicious – Verify If Stolen
  • 10-15 License Plate Check – Verify If Is Stolen – Occupied or Not
  • 10-16 Vehicle is Reported Stolen
  • 10-17 Vehicle is Not Reported Stolen
  • 10-18 Warrant Check Shows An Active Warrant
  • 10-19 Warrant Check Negative Past /In progress Crime:
  • 10-20/10-30 Robbery
  • 10-21/10-31 Burglary
  • 10-22/10-32 Larceny (specify: auto, from person, other) /
  • 10-33 Explosive Device or Threat
  • 10-24/10-34 Assault (specify)
  • 10-25/10-35 Child Abuse
  • 10-29/10-39 Other Crime (specify)
  • 10-44 Suspicious Substance Reported (Bio/Chem/etc.) [L-Letter, P-Package, S-Substance] Rapid Mobilization Codes: (see also10-70, 10-71, 10-77)
  • 10-45 4 sergeants, 20 officers
  • 10-46 1 lieutenant, 8 sergeants, 40 officers
  • 10-47 Additional lieutenant, 8 sergeants, 40 officers
  • 10-48 Unscheduled response as directed by officer in charge ALSO: Level One Responding Borough Task Force Level Two Task Force – City Wide Level Three Local Borough Precinct Personnel Level Four Precinct Personnel – City Wide Non Crime Incidents:
  • 10-50 Disorderly Person/Group or Noise
  • 10-51 Roving band (specify direction of travel & number in group)
  • 10-52 Dispute (specify)
  • 10-53 Vehicle Accident (specify)
  • 10-54 Ambulance Case (specify type)
  • 10-55 Ambulance Case No RMP required
  • 10-56 Verify if Ambulance Needed
  • 10-56 O Outstretched Person (used in transit condition needing verification)
  • 10-57 2nd Call for Ambulance – verify
  • 10-58 Assist Ambulance (specify type of assist)
  • 10-59 Alarm of Fire (specify type)
  • 10-60 H Research (disabled vehicle)
  • 10-60 I Broadcast (chase/pursuit) Administrative Codes:
  • 10-61 Precinct Assignment/Not Available (give condition and location)
  • 10-62 Out of Service – Mechanical (give condition and location)
  • 10-63 Out of Service – Meal
  • 10-64 Quality of Life Incident [A-Animal, B-Blocking Driveway, C-Construction D-Drinking, E-Bikes/Skates, F-Fireworks G-Garbage, H-Homeless, I-Hazardous Location K-Lewd Acts, M-Posting Advertisements, N-Panhandling P-Peddling, Q-Foul Odor, R-Trespass, S-Squeegee T-Traffic, U-Urinating, V-Vandalism, Z-Other] Other Conditions:
  • 10-65 Utility Trouble (specify nature and if ESU responding or not)
  • 10-66 Unusual Incident (train derailment/collision, plane crash, building collapse)
  • 10-67 Traffic/Parking Condition (specify)
  • 10-68 See Complainant re: (specify)
  • 10-69 Other Non-Crime Incident (specify)
  • 10-69 N Narcotics – refer to PDU
  • 10-69 S For your eyes only – refer to out of city agency (specify)
  • 10-75 P Park, Walk, Talk
  • 10-75 V Vertical Patrol
  • 10-75 D Directed Patrol Mobilization Codes:
  • 10-70 Borough emergency
  • 10-71 Citywide emergency
  • 10-77 Implement local mobilization plan Assignment Status (interim):
  • 10-80 Cancel (specify unneeded service)
  • 10-81 Transporting to Stationhouse
  • 10-82 Verificaton/Arrest (give number detained)
  • 10-83 Report/Notification at Station House
  • 10-84 Arrived at Scene
  • 10-85 Need Additional Unit (specify type & reason)
  • 10-86 Female In/Female Out of Vehicle (indicate time)
  • 10-87 Unit to Hospital (specify hospital)
  • 10-88 Vehicle Pursuit as a result of another assignment
  • 10-89 Other Interim Status (specify) Final Dispositions:
  • 10-90 F1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of domestic violence is alleged) F2 Domestic Incident Report (unfounded report of domestic violence) J1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of child abuse is alleged) J2 Domestic Incident Report (offense of reported child abuse is unfounded) N Unfounded or Unnecessary Alarm U Unable to gain entrance X Unfounded Y Unnecessary Z Gone on arrival
  • 10-91 Non-crime corrected
  • 10-92 Arrest C Crime Arrest (felony/misdemeanor, include number arrested) F Family Offense Arrest Made J Child Abuse Arrest Affected Q Other Arrest (specify type)
  • 10-93 C Complaint Report prepared for a crime F Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Family Offense) J Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Child Abuse) Q Other report prepared (no arrest)
  • 10-94 Handled by previous tour
  • 10-95 Non-crime referred by another agency (specify)
  • 10-96 Summons served
  • 10-97 H Patient removed to hospital R Patient refused medical aide E1 EDP admitted to hospital E2 EDP released from hospital
  • 10-98 Resuming patrol/available (not acceptable from final unit on scene)
  • 10-99 Other final disposition (must include remarks) T4 Vehicle Accident – no tow truck required T5 Vehicle Accident – DARP tow required T6 Vehicle Accident – other tow service T7 Vehicle Accident – DARP and other tow service T8 Vehicle Accident – DARP requested, waited 30 minutes, made 2nd request, resumed patrol

NYPD Abbreviations

  • BAT – Burglary Apprehension Team
  • BCB – Brooklyn Central Booking
  • BNTF – Brooklyn North Task Force
  • BSTF – Brooklyn South Task Force
  • BXTF – Bronx Task Force
  • CBQ – Central Booking – Queens
  • CD – Communications Division
  • CPU – Community Policing Unit
  • CRD – Central Records Division
  • CSU – Crime Scene Unit
  • ESU – Emergency Service Unit
  • FCD – Field Control Division
  • FSD – Fleet Services Division
  • HAU – Homicide Analysis Unit
  • HB – Housing Bureau
  • HNU – Hostage Negotiation Unit
  • HOU – Homeless Outreach Unit
  • HU – Harbor Unit
  • IAB – Internal Affairs Bureau
  • LPS – Latent Print Section
  • MCB – Manhattan Central Booking
  • MNTF – Manhattan North Task Force
  • MOS – Member of Service (NYPD)
  • MSSTF – Manhattan South Scooter Task Force
  • MSTF – Manhattan South Task Force
  • MTD – Motor Transport Division
  • MTTF – Manhattan Traffic Task Force
  • MTU – Mobile Tactical Unit
  • MU – Mounted Unit
  • NEU – Narcotics Enforcement Unit
  • OCCB – Organized Crime Control Bureau
  • OCID – Organized Crime Investigation Division
  • PBBN – Patrol Borough Brooklyn North
  • PBBS – Patrol Borough Brooklyn South
  • PBBX – Patrol Borough Bronx
  • PBMN – Patrol Borough Manhattan North
  • PBMS – Patrol Borough Manhattan South
  • PBQN – Patrol Borough Queens North
  • PBQS – Patrol Borough Queens South
  • PBSI – Patrol Borough Staten Island
  • RATF – Roosevelt Avenue Task Force
  • RAU – Resource Allocation Unit
  • RMP – Radio Motor Patrol
  • SCSU – Staten Island Street Crime Suppression Unit
  • SCU – Street Crime Unit
  • SITF – Staten Island Task Force
  • SNEU – Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit
  • SOD – Special Operations Division
  • SPIN – Special Investigations Unit
  • TARU – Technical Assistance Response Unit
  • TB – Transit Bureau
  • THV – Temporary Headquarters Vehicle
  • TCD – Traffic Control Division
  • TOD – Traffic Operations District
  • VED – VICE Enforcement Division

External Links

  • NYPD Brevity Codes

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NYPD Radio Signal Codes

Common Codes:10-1    Call Your Command
10-2    Return To Your Command
10-3    Call Dispatcher By Telephone        
10-4    Acknowledgment
10-5    Repeat Message  
10-6    Standby
10-7    Verify Address
10-10   Possible Crime (prowler, suspicious person/vehicle, shots fired, etc.)
10-11   Alarm (specify type)
10-12   Police Officer/Security Holding Suspect
10-13   Assist Police Officer
10-14   License Plate Check - Occupied & Suspicious - Verify If Stolen
10-15   License Plate Check - Verify If Is Stolen - Occupied or Not
10-16   Vehicle is Reported Stolen
10-17   Vehicle is Not Reported Stolen
10-18   Warrant Check Shows An Active Warrant
10-19   Warrant Check Negative
Past /In progress       Crime:
10-20/10-30             Robbery
10-21/10-31             Burglary
10-22/10-32             Larceny (specify: auto, from person, other)
     /10-33             Explosive Device or Threat
10-24/10-34             Assault (specify)
10-25/10-35             Child Abuse
10-29/10-39             Other Crime (specify)
10-44  Suspicious Substance Reported (Bio/Chem/etc.)  [L-Letter, P-Package, S-Substance]
Rapid Mobilization Codes: 
(see also 10-70, 10-71, 10-77)
10-45  4 sergeants, 20 officers
10-46  1 lieutenant, 8 sergeants, 40 officers
10-47  Additional lieutenant, 8 sergeants, 40 officers
10-48  Unscheduled response as directed by officer in chargeALSO:Level One    Responding Borough Task Force
Level Two    Task Force - City Wide
Level Three  Local Borough Precinct Personnel
Level Four   Precinct Personnel - City WideNon Crime Incidents:10-50   Disorderly Person/Group or Noise
10-51   Roving band (specify direction of travel & number in group)
10-52   Dispute (specify)
10-53   Vehicle Accident (specify)
10-54   Ambulance Case (specify type)
10-55   Ambulance Case No RMP required
10-56   Verify if Ambulance Needed
10-56 O Outstretched Person (used in transit condition needing verification)
10-57   2nd Call for Ambulance - verify
10-58   Assist Ambulance (specify type of assist)
10-59   Alarm of Fire (specify type)
10-60 H Research (disabled vehicle)
10-60 I Broadcast (chase/pursuit)Administrative Codes:10-61   Precinct Assignment/Not Available (give condition and location)
10-62   Out of Service - Mechanical (give condition and location)
10-63   Out of Service - Meal
10-64   Quality of Life Incident  [A-Animal, B-Blocking Driveway, C-Construction
                                   D-Drinking, E-Bikes/Skates, F-Fireworks
                                   G-Garbage, H-Homeless, I-Hazardous Location
                                   K-Lewd Acts, M-Posting Advertisements, N-Panhandling
                                   P-Peddling, Q-Foul Odor, R-Trespass, S-Squeegee
                                   T-Traffic, U-Urinating, V-Vandalism, Z-Other]Other Conditions:10-65   Utility Trouble (specify nature and if ESU responding or not)
10-66   Unusual Incident (train derailment/collision, plane crash, building collapse)
10-67   Traffic/Parking Condition (specify)
10-68   See Complainant re: (specify)
10-69   Other Non-Crime Incident (specify)
10-69 N Narcotics - refer to PDU
10-69 S For your eyes only - refer to out of city agency (specify)
10-75 P Park, Walk, Talk
10-75 V Vertical Patrol
10-75 D Directed PatrolMobilization Codes:10-70   Borough emergency
10-71   Citywide emergency
10-77   Implement local mobilization planAssignment Status (interim):10-80   Cancel (specify unneeded service)
10-81   Transporting to Stationhouse
10-82   Verificaton/Arrest (give number detained)
10-83   Report/Notification at Station House
10-84   Arrived at Scene
10-85   Need Additional Unit (specify type & reason)
10-86   Female In/Female Out of Vehicle (indicate time)
10-87   Unit to Hospital (specify hospital)
10-88   Vehicle Pursuit as a result of another assignment
10-89   Other Interim Status (specify)Final Dispositions:10-90  F1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of domestic violence is alleged)
       F2 Domestic Incident Report (unfounded report of domestic violence)
       J1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of child abuse is alleged)
       J2 Domestic Incident Report (offense of reported child abuse is unfounded)
        N Unfounded or Unnecessary Alarm
        U Unable to gain entrance
        X Unfounded
        Y Unnecessary
        Z Gone on arrival
10-91   Non-crime corrected
10-92   Arrest
        C Crime Arrest (felony/misdemeanor, include number arrested)
        F Family Offense Arrest Made
        J Child Abuse Arrest Affected
        Q Other Arrest (specify type)
10-93   C Complaint Report prepared for a crime
        F Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Family Offense)
        J Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Child Abuse)
        Q Other report prepared (no arrest)
10-94   Handled by previous tour
10-95   Non-crime referred by another agency (specify)
10-96   Summons served
10-97   H Patient removed to hospital
        R Patient refused medical aide
       E1 EDP admitted to hospital
       E2 EDP released from hospital
10-98   Resuming patrol/available (not acceptable from final unit on scene)
10-99   Other final disposition (must include remarks)
       T4 Vehicle Accident - no tow truck required
       T5 Vehicle Accident - DARP tow required
       T6 Vehicle Accident - other tow service
       T7 Vehicle Accident - DARP and other tow service
       T8 Vehicle Accident - DARP requested, waited 30 minutes, made 2nd request, resumed patrol

 

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