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Anybody know what Signal 28 and 10-35 are in SHP usage?

Have recently heard these, but they don't show up on any published lists.

Never can put them in context with other radio traffic to venture a guess.
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Anybody know what Signal 28 and 10-35 are in SHP usage?

Have recently heard these, but they don't show up on any published lists.

Never can put them in context with other radio traffic to venture a guess.
Good question! I don't have either of these in my lists either!
Time to call up my Troop C Contact and try to get these answered for us!
Will keep yall updated!
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I have heard Signal 28 several times the last couple of weeks. 10-35 only once.

Hope you can find something out Marshall.
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http://www.bearcat1.com/radionc.htm

Has been a good resource. But no listing for 10-35 or signal 28 under the NCHP.

I know in Wilmington; 10-35 is traffic stop and normally a 10-28 is a records check. Could be some type of use of that?

What type of traffic does it sound like it is...
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Signal 28 could be some kind of license or registration status.

No clues when 10-35 was used.
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I saw on another 10-code list, 10-35 is major crime...?
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I saw on another 10-code list, 10-35 is major crime...?
This was a traffic stop.

SHP is probably using a modified version of standard 10 codes.
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signal 28 means the the database that the telecommunicator accesses is down. also refered to as "slow response"
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signal 28 means the the database that the telecommunicator accesses is down. also refered to as "slow response"
Thought Signal 26 was that.
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pboy, you are right,my mistake.
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Good question! I don't have either of these in my lists either!
Time to call up my Troop C Contact and try to get these answered for us!
Will keep yall updated!
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See if you can get a complete list of codes and signals from your Troop C contact to post here.
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I have a list of 10 codes but i have heard some that go up past 10- 82 which i dont have ex. when a trooper says 10-85/10-42 what is the 10-85 also i was wondering if someone had a full list on nchp 10 codes? thanks.
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Since the take over of the old DMV Enforcement, SHP has gradually changed or implemented new ten codes & signals. While I don't know the majority of them, I have been able to pick up some. For instance, 10-91 refers to a motor carrier unit checking out on a vehicle weigh or inspection. Maybe Marshall will pull through for us!
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10-35 is a Valid concealed handgun permit for NCSHP 10 codes.....It came strait off the troopers reference...I have a full list of NCSHp 10 codes that a trooper gave me...10-85 is MiniBike/Go cart Violation...The list is too long to post though..lol
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10-35 is a Valid concealed handgun permit for NCSHP 10 codes.....It came strait off the troopers reference...I have a full list of NCSHp 10 codes that a trooper gave me...10-85 is MiniBike/Go cart Violation...The list is too long to post though..lol
Out of curiousity, how high does the 10-XX sequence go in the list you have?
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10-35 is a Valid concealed handgun permit for NCSHP 10 codes.....It came strait off the troopers reference...I have a full list of NCSHp 10 codes that a trooper gave me...10-85 is MiniBike/Go cart Violation...The list is too long to post though..lol
How about scanning and posting a copy, or mailing a copy to one of us who can.
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That go cart/ mini bike code must be different around here because they say 10-85/10-42 and 10-42 is ending duty.
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That go cart/ mini bike code must be different around here because they say 10-85/10-42 and 10-42 is ending duty.
It's not 10-87 (ending approved travel) maybe?
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it could be im not sure but i know that for the Wayne county sheriff a 10-87 is a domestic.
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Anybody know what Signal 28 and 10-35 are in SHP usage?

Have recently heard these, but they don't show up on any published lists.

Never can put them in context with other radio traffic to venture a guess.

10-35 traffic stop, signal 28 license or registration status.
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