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Old 03-05-2008, 6:19 PM
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Default Police/Medic codes?

Hello everyone. Does anyone know of a list of the public safety and medic codes...i.e. "Ida Ida", "Ida Frank", "CVA", etc? I know most of the 10-codes.

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Old 03-05-2008, 9:25 PM
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cva= cardio vascular attack
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Do you mean this? http://www.abqscan.com/ClawsonCodes.htm Mike
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According to Joe Cardani's Philly Scanner e-book, those are Statewide Complaint Codes used, I would suspect, by DSP (at the very least) and most LE agencies in Delaware (I don't go into Delaware that much, so someone else may be able to confirm).

The guide contains a lot of information about the Delaware State TRS, and is certainly worth the one-time $39.95 fee:

http://phillyscanner.com/guide1.html
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Default Delaware Complaint Codes

I have an old copy of DelaWare Complaint Codes and
IDA IDA - Rape
IDA FRANK - Robbery

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cva= cardio vascular attack
CVA ???


CVA is Cerberal - Vascular attack. Cerebral..Meaning the head

The unwritten universal EMS code for a Cardio-Vascular attack - Key word being "Cardio"; as in heart attack...and or Cardiac Arrest, is "Code 10"...But yes.....some EMS /rescue agencys have their own codes. And Code 10 may be a foreign code to them.


A.C.L.S.......... "All Calls lights & Siren". ( acls is Advanced Cardiac Life Support - A class that Medics and RN's need to have to push all kinds of neat drugs and shock / cardiovert someone. ) Humph....all those funny little acroynms that us professional in the field use.


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I have an old copy of DelaWare Complaint Codes and
IDA IDA - Rape
IDA FRANK - Robbery

Hope this helps.

Tom
Yes, these are the codes I am referring to. I'll have to write down the codes as I hear them.

I work in the technical side of public safety and Delaware used to be my territory from 1984 until 1998. I wasn't a scanner listener then so I didn't pay attention.

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Brian:

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Could I also have a copy of the DelaWare Complaint Codes? Mine, that was actually typed on a typewriter, is so old I can't even read it anymore! Many thanks, dave
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FYI CVA is a stroke.
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FYI CVA is a stroke.
YEP. AND.....and.....Some other medical condidtions have the same symptoms as a stroke, or CVA..However you want to name it.

For someone who messes with guns and enjoys radio monitoring you are very inteliect on insight there JRM.


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I'll transfer my old copy of the Delaware Complaint codes from a typewritten sheet to an Excel Spreadsheet and forward it to anyone who wants a copy. Just give me a few days.

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Hey lets not forget CHF = Congestive Heart Failure or Dwelling = House Fire.
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Attached is a list that was sent to me. Feel free to post corrections or additions.
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Still don't think we got them all yet. Here in Kent County, when Ambulance or Rescue is dispatched, I hear dispatcher say"this will be an Echo response or a delta response". some times other letters are used but this is the usual.
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Here is the link again,for what sounds like in your post as medical responses. Mike http://www.abqscan.com/ClawsonCodes.htm
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No numbers are used. A "Delta" or "Echo" used alone could mean almost anything. ( I think) I did look at your codees when first posed but it didn't seem to coincide with just a phonetic letter given. Could be wrong here but it sounds like something else?
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A couple of nights ago when the two P&P officers were injured everybody was working off of the "Statewide Mutual Aid" frequency. Anybody know what the frequency is as I was scanning all the PMA and other 'mutual' frequencies and never got a thing?
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When used in EMS
Delta = serious go
Echo = Petal to the metal not breathing or pulse not confirmed usually when CPR is being performed
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Thanks, Dave. That makes sense. Now.....Just this morning heard "this will be a Bravo response".

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