Chesapeake PD unit ID's

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I need the additional unit ID's, already know the 100's,200's,300's,400's and 500's. I'd like the 600's,700's,800's,900's and so on.Also for example: u1841, who are they?
 

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I can't remember what 600,700,800,900 are. I lost my list of everything. U1821 for example I think but maybe wrong is a off duty officer.
 

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Used to live in Chesapeake......

The U-xxxx numbers are identifiers for individual officers. As I understand it, the number is assigned at hire and remains the same throughout an officer's career. When an officer signs on, the U-xxxx is announced to dispatch who enters it with the unit ID in CAD that identifies which officer is working what unit. When working part-time work the officer doesn't have a regular unit number, just uses their U-xxxx.
 

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700-703 traffic supv. 710-720's traffic units 740's k-9,750's special enforcement, 800's detectives, 900's sheriff unit and animal control
 

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Correction

700-704 traffic supv. 710-720's traffic units 740's k-9,750's special enforcement, 800's detectives, 980's animal control and Sheriff units have the designation "Sheriff" before their unit #.
 
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