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Old 11-15-2010, 11:26 AM
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Question Police Codes

I printed off all of the OPP codes the other day from this site and I started listening and looking up the numbers, the problem is, some are way off. The OPP ran a guy I know the other day and his record said that he has a 302 and other ones but a 302 is murder 1st degree. Those ones are wrong. Does anybody know of a more accurate list or can some one clarify what a 302 is? Any help would be appreciated.
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Would the highlighted code here make more sense?

Criminal Name Index Caution Flags:

FLAG ALFA Subject Believed Armed
FLAG CHARLIE Subject Believed To Have Contagious Disease
FLAG ECHO Subject Believed Escapee
FLAG FOXTROT Subject Believed To Have Had Previous Family Violence
FLAG MIKE Subject Believed Mentally Ill
FLAG SIERRA Subject Believed Suicidal
FLAG VICTOR Subject Believed Violent Criminal Name Index and Related Codes Offence


CNI Code Violence
302-345 Robbery
356-360 Offensive Weapon
493-499 Break & Enter
371-375 Theft-Vehicle
386-392 Theft
403-426 Drugs
538-561 (Also CDSA - Controlled Drugs & Substances Act) Fraud
448-452 Sex
346 Other Criminal Code
536 Other Federal Statutes
574 Failing To Attend
512 Arson
510 Driving
700 Common Codes:
253 - Possible Drunk Driver
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Old 11-15-2010, 12:33 PM
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It does, I printed out the codes from the Ontario Wiki and the codes you have are completely different then the ones that I have. We should try to correct the Wiki with proper information. Do you know where I could download a full list? Like what if I wanted to know what a 310 was? Thanks for the quick reply.
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Default OPP CNI codes

10 Codes: Ontario Provincial Police:

10- 1 Receive Poorly
10- 2 Receive Well
10- 3 Stop Transmitting
10- 4 Aknowledgement
10- 5 Relay
10- 6 Busy/Standby
10- 7 Out of Service/Off Duty
10- 8 In Service
10- 9 Repeat Message
10-10 Permission To Talk To Other Unit
10-11 Disturbance/Assault/Fight
10-12 Drunk Person
10-13 Weather/Roads
10-14 Noise Complaint
10-15 Suspicious Person/Vehicle
10-16 Pick Up Prisoner
10-17 Fire/Fire Department
10-18 Expidite Assignment
10-19 Return To Station
10-20 Location
10-21 Call By Phone
10-22 See Complainant
10-23 Indecent Act/Exposure
10-24 Person Using Firearm
10-25 Gas/Asphyxiation Complaint
10-26 Detaining Subject - Expedite
10-27 Drowning
10-28 Vehicle Registration Check
10-29 Check Records For Wanted
10-30 Improper Use Of Radio
10-31 Sickness/Injured Person
10-32 Vehicle To Be Towed
10-33 911 Activation - Emergency
10-34 Alarm - Other
10-35 Major Crime Alert
10-36 Correct Time
10-37 Theft
10-38 Investigation Alert
10-39 Purse Snatching
10-40 Stolen/Recovered Vehicle
10-41 Break & Enter
10-42 Armed Robbery
10-43 Sexual Assault
10-44 Homicide/Murder
10-45 Sudden Death
10-46 Suicide/Attempt
10-47 Fraud
10-48 Convoy Or Escort
10-49 Treats/Obscene Calls
10-50 M.V.A./M.V.C.
- PD = Property Damage
- PI = Personal Injury
- H&R = Hit & Run
10-51 Tow Truck
10-52 Ambulance
10-53 Supervisor/Seargent
10-54 Identification Unit
10-55 Domestic Disturbance
10-56 Missing Person
10-57 Barking/Vicious Dog
10-58 Lost/Found/Seized Property
10-59 Mental Health Act AKA - MHA
10-60 Subject Negative
10-61 Subject Has Record - Not Wanted
10-62 Subject Possibly Wanted
10-63 Positive Hit
10-64 Use Extreme Caution
10-65 Assist Re: 10-64
10-66 Subject Under Observation
10-67 Subject Parolee
10-68 Subject In Charged Category
10-69 Clear To Copy Message
10-70 Subject In Probationary Category
10-71 Subject In Refused Category
10-72 Subject In Prohibited Category
10-73 Subject In Elopee Category
10-74 Subject Is Missing
10-75 Subject In Pointer Person Category
10-76 Narcotic Control Act
10-77 Emergency Landing
10-78 Assist Officer - Emergency
10-79 Hostage - Extortion
10-80 Special Situation
10-81 Parental Abduction
10-82 Stalking
10-83 Infectious Disease
10-84 Demonstration/Strike
10-85 General Broadcast
10-86 Compasionate To Locate
10-87 Drugs
10-88 K9 Unit Required
10-89 Tactical Unit Required
10-90 Bank Alarm
10-91 Armored Car
10-92 Person In Custody
10-93 Road Block
10-94 Operation Red Leaf
10-95 Driving/Traffic Complaint
10-96 Warrant Execution
10-97 Drivers Licence Suspended
10-98 Marine Accident
10-99 Officer Update Your Status
10-100 Bomb Threat

Commonly Heard Acronyms: Ontario Provincial Police:
ANI/ALI Auto Number Indicator/Auto Location Indicator
B&E Break and Enter
CDSA Controlled Drugs & Substances Act
CIB Criminal Investigation Bureau
CNI Criminal Name Index
CPIC Canadian Police Information Centre
CRC Collision Reporting Centre
DL Drivers License
DOA Dead on Arrival
DOB Date of Birth
EDP Emotionally disturbed person
EMS Emergency Medical Service
ERT The Emergency Response Team
ETA Estimated time of arrival
FAC Firearms Acquisition Certificate
GOA Gone on arrival
HB Highway Breath
HBD Has been drinking
HTA Highway Traffic Act
HQ Headquarters
IDENT Forensic Identification Unit
K9 Canine Unit
Marker License plate
MHA Mental Health Act



MVA Motor Vehicle Accident
MVC Motor Vehicle Collision
MWS Mobile Work Station
NCIC National Crime Information Centre
NICHE *See RMS
OMPPAC Ontario Municipal and Provincial Police Automation Co-operative
PD Property Damage
PDS Police Dog Services
PI Personal Injury
R.A.C.T.Rural Agricultural Crime Team
RO Registered Owner
RMS Records Management System
S.A.V.E.Snowmobile, ATV, Vessel Enforcement Team
SIU Special Investigations Unit
SOCO Scene of Crime Officer
U.S.R.U.Underwater Search and Recovery Unit
TAC Tactical Operations - TAC Ch. or TAC Talkgroup
TSV Traffic Services
T.R.U. Tactics and Rescue Unit
T.T.C.I.Technical Traffic Collision Investigator
VSA Vital Signs Absent
YB Youth Bureau
YO Young Offender

Criminal Name Index Caution Flags:

FLAG ALFA Subject Believed Armed
FLAG CHARLIE Subject Believed To Have Contagious Disease
FLAG ECHO Subject Believed Escapee
FLAG FOXTROT Subject Believed To Have Had Previous Family Violence
FLAG MIKE Subject Believed Mentally Ill
FLAG SIERRA Subject Believed Suicidal
FLAG VICTOR Subject Believed Violent


Criminal Name Index and Related Codes
Offence CNI Code

Violence 302-345
Sex 346
Robbery 356-360
Break & Enter 371-375
Theft-Vehicle 386-392
Theft 403-426
Fraud 448-452
Offensive Weapon 493-499
Arson 510
Failing To Attend 512
Other Criminal Code 536
Drugs 538-561 (Also CDSA - Controlled Drugs & Substances Act)
Other Federal Statutes 574
Driving 700
Possible Drunk Driver - 253

Phonetics

A - Alpha
B - Bravo
C - Charlie
D - Delta
E - Echo
F - Foxtrot
G - Golf
H - Hotel
I - India
J - Juliet
K - Kilo
L - Lima
M - Mike
N - November
O - Oscar
P - Papa
Q - Quebec
R - Romeo
S - Sierra
T - Tango
U - Uniform
V - Victor
W - Whiskey
X - X-Ray
Y - Yankee
Z - Zulu

Ontario Ambulance 10 Codes

10-3 All Vehicles stop Transmitting
10-4 Acknowledged
10-6 Busy-Stand by unless Urgent
10-7 Arrived(or OUT of Service)
10-8 Departed (or IN service)
10-9 Repeat last Transmission
10-13 Unable to reply (Relative near by etc)
10-19 Return to Base
10-20 Whats your Location?
10-21 Phone by Landline or Cellular
10-25 Non-Violent Psychiatric Patient
10-26 Call is cancelled
10-27 Hostage Taking or SWAT Standby
10-34 Whats the Hospital status
10-36 Emergency is CLOSED (Critical care Bypass)
10-37 Emergency is OPEN to Code 3's only (ReDirect Considerations)
10-38 Emergency is CLEAR
10-50 Violent Psychiatric Patient
10-100 Bomb Threat
10-200 Have Police Attent (often abreviated to 10-2's)
10-2000 Send Police IMMEDIATELY

CODE 1 Any non-important call
CODE 2 Sceduled call
CODE 3 Prompt call, not life threatening, lights and siren optional
CODE 4 Life Threatening, lights on, siren optional
CODE 5 Obviously dead (Rigitity, Decomposition, Vivisection, Decapitation...)
CODE 6 Legally dead
CODE 7 Unstaffed at station
CODE 8 Standby at location
CODE 9 Unit in for servicing (Not Usable)
CODE 19 non-essential call

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10-27 Drowning is incorrect
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So besides drowning It's all good?? I have the right codes?
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Often heard in Zone 2:
NFA - No Further Action
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Please let me encourage you to put those codes up in the proper place on the RR Wiki when you've settled on their accuracy:

Project Brevity Codes commences
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Does anybody know of a more accurate list or can some one clarify what a 302 is?
302. (1) Every one commits an offence who, with intent
(a) to extort money from any person, or
(b) to induce a person to confer on or procure for another person an appointment or office of profit or trust,
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So besides drowning It's all good?? I have the right codes?
10-27 would be a Drivers licence check on the computer system.
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if someoen has a list of the CNI codes rather than just the condenced versions that would be nice.

so that for example

302. (1) Every one commits an offence who, with intent
(a) to extort money from any person, or
(b) to induce a person to confer on or procure for another person an appointment or office of profit or trust,

would become

302 - extortion

often you hear the general area but sometimes you will hear the exact cni specifics such as the 302 example above,
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10 28 is a lic check.....10 27 ( Sudbury Police ) I know is used as " Standby "
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i could be mistaken but i think for opp 10-27 is registration check 10-28 is lic check as stated above and 10-29 is check for wants
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i could be mistaken but i think for opp 10-27 is registration check 10-28 is lic check as stated above and 10-29 is check for wants
There is no question that 27 is license. You hear dozens of times a day "Valid 27, class Gulf-Mike", or different variations.
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10-27 is a drivers license check. 10-28 is a registration check on a license PLATE and a 10-29 is a check on a person for wants or warrants. That's the facts.
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The correct phonetic for the letter "G" is "Golf", not "Gulf". So what davidmc36 was actually hearing, should have been "Valid 27, class Golf-Mike", Of course the user could have been saying it incorrectly. It's correct in the long posting from martyjess on 11-21-2010, 03:02 PM under "Phonetics"

But the rest is correct, 27 = licence check, 28 = marker (vehicle plate) check, 29 = check for wanted. Some seem to be used very loosly, here in Zone 2 anyway. i.e. "21" is anything to do with tetephones, as in "My cell 21 number is . . . . ."
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10-27 is a drivers license check. 10-28 is a registration check on a license PLATE and a 10-29 is a check on a person for wants or warrants. That's the facts.
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The correct phonetic for the letter "G" is "Golf", not "Gulf". So what davidmc36 was actually hearing, should have been "Valid 27, class Golf-Mike", Of course the user could have been saying it incorrectly. It's correct in the long posting from martyjess on 11-21-2010, 03:02 PM under "Phonetics"

But the rest is correct, 27 = licence check, 28 = marker (vehicle plate) check, 29 = check for wanted. Some seem to be used very loosly, here in Zone 2 anyway. i.e. "21" is anything to do with tetephones, as in "My cell 21 number is . . . . ."
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In Criminal Name Index Caution Flags what does code tango mean? I heard that one today and can't find out what it means.
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Another question.
What does BOLO (sp?) actually stand for?
I know it refers to a information alert to other forces but what does the acronym stand for?
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BOLO means Be ON the Look Out. They usually BOLO for cares in my area, lost tourists ect.
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