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Old 12-26-2006, 9:42 PM
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i am looking for all police codes in maine. anyone know any?
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i am looking for all police codes in maine. anyone know any?
It's usually a little different by city , one thing might mean one in Bangor and it might mean something else in Augusta.........most likely it will be these though...
STATE OF MAINE TEN CODES (Numbers left blank vary by town)

1 Unable to copy, poor receive
2 Receiving well
3 Go ahead
4 Acknowledgement
5 Relay
6 Busy - Stand-by unless urgent
7 Out of service
8 In service
9 Repeat
10 Out of service - subject to call
11 Dispatching too rapidly
12 Stand-by, hold pres. location
13 Weather & road report
14 Escort
15 Have subject in vehicle
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17 Meet complainant at________
18 Complest Assignment ASAP
19 Return to station
20 Your location??
21 Call by phone
22 Give phone # at your location
23 Stand-by
24 Records indicate wanted/stolen
25 Pedestrian check
26 Detaining subject, expedite
27 Driver license information
28 Registration information
29 Check for wanted or stolen
30 Illegal use of radio
31 Crime in progress (specify)
32 Person with weapon (specify)
33 Chase in progress
34 General broadcast alert
35 Request bathroom break
36 Request court time
37 Dispatcher on duty
38 Stopping suspicious vehicle
39 Investigate suspicious vehicle
40 Permmission to leave patrol area
41 Prowler
42 Dog case
43 Intoxicated pedestrian
44 Possible mental subject
45 Domestic trouble
46 Prisoner in custody
47 Medical examiner needed
48 Unattended death
49 Possible homicide
50 Cruiser in accident
51 Debris in road (Specify)
52 Improperly parked vehicle
53 Possible OUI
54 Drag racing
55 Vehicle Accident (PI, PD)
56 Wrecker needed
57 Ambulance needed
58 Direct traffic
59 Assist motorist
60 Lost hunter
61 Hunting accident
62 Drowning accident
63 Night hunting
64 Dog/deer complaint
65 Boating accident
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68 Patrol/house check
69 Service of paperwork
70 Civil disturbance
71 Bomb threat
72 Fire alarm
73 Trouble at station
74 Officer needs help ASAP
75 Emergency air clearance (Radio Silent)
76 Jail/prison break
78 Bank alarm
79 Plane crash
80 House/business alarm
81 Smoke
82 Fight
83 Traffic violation
84
85 Will be late
86
87
88
89 Too much air time
90 Unable to give over air (10-21)
91 Call your residence ASAP
92 Off for the night (location)
93 Out of town
94 Trouble at (location)
95 Off for meal (location)
96 Chief needed at scene
97 Parking ticket complaint
98 Rider in cruiser
99 NCIC III request

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This web site has lists of every code. From police to ham bands. Look up on database search. Any county in the State of Maine every radio freq is there. Have fun tuning and listing. You can also listen live from this web site. Broadcast can be split on left speaker and right speaker from different departments.
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Problem is, most of these codes are outdated, and many codes are not listed. Anyone have the most recent accurate codes, thank you
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Example - you have 10-60 listed as lost hunter, well it's not hunting season, and this is being brodacast constantly in bangor area.Code 16 is constantly being broadcast, yet isn't listed. Theres more, just can't remember off hand which ones. HELP?
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Problem is, most of these codes are outdated, and many codes are not listed. Anyone have the most recent accurate codes, thank you

They're probably outdated since the thread is 6 years old.
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I got a chuckle out of a few of the codes:

11 Dispatching too rapidly
30 Illegal use of radio
89 Too much air time

I never worry about remembering 10-codes and I don't keep any list of codes. There are more versions of the 10-code nationwide than terms in it. I learn the 10-codes used in a given area by listening to them as they are used. The context of how they are used helps a lot. I remember them forever after learning them this way.

I live in NH, the land of 10-5 being used for an acknowledgement instead of 10-4. I recall being in the Baltimore MD area many years ago and hearing an officer saying he was en route to the station with three female 10-5s. Okayyyy..... I remember LOL'ing at that because I'm so accustomed to hearing 10-5 used in place of 10-4.
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I live in NH, the land of 10-5 being used for an acknowledgement instead of 10-4. I recall being in the Baltimore MD area many years ago and hearing an officer saying he was en route to the station with three female 10-5s. Okayyyy..... I remember LOL'ing at that because I'm so accustomed to hearing 10-5 used in place of 10-4.
IMHO they should standardize it nationwide or just use plain language. I can see lots of unnecessary confusion, especially at state boarders.

Then again, we can't standardize the colors of emergency lighting so I suspect radio is no different. Travel to NY and all of a sudden your fire vehicle turns into a police vehicle.
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Some of the 10 codes are changed around to suit each department's needs. They also have special codes that each department has they do not let folks know what they mean Such as Code 5 or code 7 like that. Maine Police are aware Scannerland is open and listening.
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