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Old 05-22-2010, 3:15 PM
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Default Santa Rosa Police 10 and 11 Codes

Can anyone tell me what the Santa Rosa Police 10- and 11- codes are?
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Old 07-17-2010, 11:14 PM
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Are there specific codes you are wanting to know, or do you want to know all of them?
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I would like to know all of 10 and 11 codes. So, I guess it's all of them.
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Default Santa Rosa Police 10 and 11 Codes

Yes, I would like to know all of them
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Yes, I would like to know all of them
Whether it's an "official" list, and whether it's also used by Santa Rosa PD I don't know, but you might want to look at these; most of them are fairly commonly used by various agencies around the state:

Sonoma County Search and Rescue

They may also use some of the codes listed here (many are the same as above):
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Use the Sonoma County Search & Rescue website, thats what I use.
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Default Santa Rosa Police 10 and 11 Codes

Thanks for your assistance. It's much better than what I had. Which was nothing
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except 10-17 isn't vacation/security check of SRPD
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Whether it's an "official" list, and whether it's also used by Santa Rosa PD I don't know, but you might want to look at these; most of them are fairly commonly used by various agencies around the state:

Sonoma County Search and Rescue

They may also use some of the codes listed here (many are the same as above):
CHP Glossary of Commonly Used Abbbreviations
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Most of those are right. There are a few that don't match up but those are mostly the 10-90s
I'll have to dig up that list again.
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They use the common ones here:

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General police-code lists are helpful, but many are wrong for SRPD. They seem to use a good number of unique codes.
For example, 11-86 is a traffic stop in SR, but many places its undefined or even a bomb threat, lol.

10-8: back in service
10-17: unknown, but used often
10-21: please call
10-22: disregard
10-33: audible alarm
10-66: suspicious circumstances
10-97: arriving on scene

11-25: traffic hazard
11-48: transport passenger
11-79: accident, medical en route
11-82: accident, no injuries
11-83: accident, no detail
11-86: traffic stop



I will update this as I write more down.. Lol, but these are all CONFIRMED as legitimately used by SRPD.
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Small correction:

10-17 Security Check
10-66 Suspicious person
11-82 Traffic Accident with property damage
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Which ever code(s) you guys need, let me know. I can probably help..
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I wonder if this will drag on as long as the "Great Fresno PD Codes Mystery" that took nearly 4 years to get solved!

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I work for a neighboring agency, and we use same codes as SRPD and SCSO. So, whatever codes you need, let me know.
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