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Old 12-11-2013, 3:54 PM
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Default Anyone have Harford County 10 codes

I am retired from a Maryland Agency but they are using a few codes that are different or I just didn't use them enough to remember them.
10-42
10-56

Anyone have a full list?

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10-42, is ending tour of duty, and 10-56 is a Intoxicated Pedestrian
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The Baltimore County list may help but there could be some exceptions/variations for Harford County. Baltimore County (MD) 10/Signal Codes - The RadioReference Wiki
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Pretty sure HCSO is using standard 10-codes. Can remember vividly the old UHF days "Harford County to 582 and 761, 10-63 a commercial 10-90" ... "10-68"
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We didn't use much 10 codes for that they would just put it over the air as a commercial b & e or residential. Then either 10-31 for in progress or report only

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... "Harford County to 582 and 761, 10-63 a commercial 10-90" ... "10-68"
Teeth grinding.
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I don't get it

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I and ten codes have a hate hate relationship. They serve no use for brevity (most of them are longer than the pro-words that can be used instead) and serve no use for COMSEC since everybody knows them and publishes them online. Not to mention that nearly every single agency that likes to call itself important has a different set, making interop a major PITA. Anyway, not to hijack the thread.
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Ok now I get it. At least 10-4, 10-20 are the same with all agencies. I hear one guy respond to the dispatcher with "yeah that's right" to confirm a query. Instead of 10-48 or affirmative

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Harford County uses standard APCO 10-Codes Expanded APCO 10 Codes - The RadioReference Wiki
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