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Old 05-10-2009, 9:45 AM
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10-44 and/or 10-7
I've heard "10-7, no humans involved" in i-call references to fatal gang shootings.
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Old 05-10-2009, 10:42 AM
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10-7, also.
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:12 AM
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Code 99 is CPR in progress
Code 100 is DOA

Sometimes they will come over the air and say DOA.

However that varies from town to town around me.
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NCHP, PD and SD here use 10-67

County EMS uses code 311

I've heard animal control use 10-7 for a dead dog
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Old 05-10-2009, 12:04 PM
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Ontario Canada is pretty much universal for Police Agencies----10-45

For EMS they have two sifnificant ones for dispatch priority:

Code 5 Death at scene -- call coroner
Code 6 Legally dead
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Old 05-10-2009, 12:47 PM
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All agencies in Utah (LEOs, FD, EMS) use the following radio code:

10-85 Victims Condition
A. Fair
B. Poor
C. Critical
D. Possible Fatality
E. Obvious Fatality
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Here in Missouri; anything that is dead is called a "J4". Be a person, car or radio or whatever, ...
Some of the more creative folks also use this code to describe other things such as their MDTs, radios, vehicles, etc. Depending, of course, on the situation.

Actual radio traffic would be something like, "Victim is 10-85 E echo," or simply, "Echo."
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Los angeles MTA police DRT Dead Right There
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For where im at now its Code 13 unless you want to say hes 10-7... same thing just Code 13 is the one we use lol.... anything else?
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In Pennsylvania, EMS/Fire use Code-40

State police use 10-7 as in out of service forever..i also have heard Police use Foxtrot for d.o.a
I know I shouldn't laugh at it but I can't help laughing at the 10-7 : out of service forever. Never heard it used for that.

Around here its usually DOA
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Monterey County CA use DB/DOA or 10-7
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Brevard County, FL SO uses 10-7 (Out of Service), Signal 7 (Dead Body), Signal 5 (Murder), Signal 45 (Shooting), Signal 39 (Suicide)
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It appears that the Wisconsin State Patrol uses the APCO code of 10-79.

In the Milwaukee area when an EMT unit is terminating efforts to resusitate a patient they get permission from the doctor on the radio to go 10-99.

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A lot of WI agencies will use 10-42, but there are others. Sometimes when the helo is called, you will hear EMS cancel them over the radio with verbage similar to "no need to continue response" which usually means the person is gone as well.
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In NSW, Australia, they will call for the "Government Contractor", or they simply advise that the person is deceased.
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Mass State Police use Code 4 "out of service" kind of harsh!!
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Los angeles MTA police DRT Dead Right There
I was wondering when I would see that one! I used it quite a bit when I worked as a Paramedic when we would get on the scene and I would call back to radio and say "patient is DRT".

Pretty interesting to see all the different code/signals/10's/11's from around the world. Since we all know most all agencies use different one, I'm hoping even more will list theirs.
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I heard in Va Beach them say; Code gray. Sometimes they just come right out with: patient is deceased.
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In Oklahoma we use Signal 30
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In Pennsylvania, EMS/Fire use Code-40

State police use 10-7 as in out of service forever..i also have heard Police use Foxtrot for d.o.a
Thats not everwhere in Pa those codes are probley for your county. In Monroe Co PA we use 10-85 on the Police Side and class 5 or code 10 on the fire and EMS side.
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Old 05-10-2009, 7:39 PM
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Broward County Florida (and in many other parts of FL) Signal 7 is a dead person, which is NOT the same thing as 10-7, which means "out of service", as in the officer or deputy is off duty.
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Broome county New York: Code Black
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