CSP Injury Codes

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n0nhj

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Anyone have a list of the "Injury Codes" that CSP is using?
Seems that they are using them more regularly in my area on the Western Slope.

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0-No injury
1-Complaint of Injury
2-Injury Non-incapacitating
3-Injury capacitating
4-Fatal
 

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Troop, I still hear them using SBI too but interesting to note a single long bone fracture is considered SBI.

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Troop, I still hear them using SBI too but interesting to note a single long bone fracture is considered SBI.

Jim<
yeah you'll hear it by injury codes, SBI, Frank, Code Black...it varies troop to troop, region to region. I think before too long things will be standard statewide. As far as the SBI, it's usually based off of the legal definition....even a broken tooth is actually considered SBI
 

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yeah you'll hear it by injury codes, SBI, Frank, Code Black...it varies troop to troop, region to region. I think before too long things will be standard statewide. As far as the SBI, it's usually based off of the legal definition....even a broken tooth is actually considered SBI
A broken tooth cool, we have multiple SBI accidents on the ski hills everyday!

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