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Default Bexar County Sheriff's Office Unit Designations

Anyone know what their unit numbering scheme is for all the different areas and departments that they dispatch for ?

I know that the 9400 series units are Shavano Park, and I believe that the "Tango" units are traffic units.

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Perhaps this can begin a primer or Wiki...


BCSO patrol call numbers follow this format....

The first digit is the shift. 1 is day shift, 2 afternoon/evening, 3, dogwatch/graveyard

The second digit is the sector of the county. Starting clockwise A is NE, which is from Blanco to IH10 East,
B, which is IH 10 E to US 281 South, C is US 281 South to Hwy 90 W and D is Hwy 90 North to Blanco.
There is also a designator for inner city, but it escapes me at the moment.

The third digit is within each sector, -- slice each sector into a pie 1,2,3,4.

The fourth digit is the number officer assigned to that sector, 0 if only one, 1 for two.... I've even heard up to 4 on occasion)

Example

2 Charlie 10 is Second shift, southwest closest to US281 and is the only officer in that sector
3 Delta 21 is Dogwatch West, 1 sector north of Hwy 90 and is the 2nd officer in that sector

The Papa units are ?????
The Tango officers are Traffic Enforcement
The Zulu units are SWAT/Special Ops Officers

37xx are detective and investigators

1 L 1 is Lt on 1st shift
3 L 1 is Lt on 3rd shift

1 S 3 is Sgt #3 on 1st shift
2 S 1 is Sgt #1 on 2nd shift

Outside agencies

5xx Leon Valley PD
91xx Elmendorf PD
92xx Shavano Park PD
93xx Hill Country Village PD
94xx Grey Forest PD
95xx Somerset PD
96xx
97xx China Grove
98xx
99xx Converse PD

11xx Precinct 1 Constables
12xx Precinct 2 Constables
13xx Precinct 3 Constables
14xx Precinct 4 Constables
15xx Precinct 5 Constables (disbanded)
16xx Bexar County Fire Marshal/Emergency Management

Corrections and updates welcome.
This is a work in progress... someone feel like making it a WIKI?

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Papa units are expeditors and usually work from the sub.
31xx are Auto Theft

9400 series are Shavano Park
9200 is Hollywood Park
8600 SWISD PD
East Central ISD PD is in the 8000 series haven't got the exact numbers yet.
U.S. Park Rangers at the Missions are on West Patrol but don't really monitor West that much, no clue what their unit numbers are.
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400 Series is the Sheriff and Command Staff

401 Sheriff Salazar
402 Chief Deputy
403 Assistant Chief Deputy of Law Enforcement
404 Assistant Chief Deputy of Administration & Support
405 Deputy Chief of CID

Its been too long, but the below are Deputy Chiefs of: Patrol, Adult Detention, Special Operations, Intelligence & Logistics, and a Civilian Director of Budget and Finance

406
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408
409

4xxx used to be communications personnel

5xxx-5399 were Warrant Officers, Civil Section Officers (process). Extradition Officers, Intra facility transport officers

62xx were Courthouse Security

Been way to long to do this from memory.

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Excellent - thanks folks!

I'll update the wiki with this consolidated info. This was exactly what I was looking for.
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Well, what do you know. Entertaining and informative. Not a bad website.
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19xx DA Investigators
54xx Mental Health Deputies
79xx Game Wardens on county channels
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I got all this added to the Wiki article today. Thanks again!

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index...ar_County_(TX))
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83xx is East Central ISD. Can we add to the Wiki or can just mods
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Blanton Look back in your original
open records request

RELEASE_02202004.pdf

it will fill in Blanks
very Minimum Changes and Add on Have Taken Place

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