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NPF is easy, no problem found... but what about PC1, PC2, IN2, ARR ? cant find in wiki...
 
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I have a old book that has a few may not be much help but this is what I got. to in stay go back to station and stay .VRM verify return missing . UDAA unlawfully driving away auto. 9300 an arrest. I know it dont help on the 4 things you need help on . I found a old frequency guide from the late 80's 90's how correct it is now iam not sure
 

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IN1= Interviewed complainant: no police action required.
IN2= Interviewed complainant: proper action taken.
PC1= Report made at scene.
PC2= Report made later.
ARR= Unit cleared with an arrest.
NPF= No problem found

And 9300 is statewide for a car accident. 9300-1 is a crash, no injuries.
 
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Very nice! thanks you jimmy and freqs maybe someone could put the info in the wiki

Also when someone says they 'need a pull' im guessing they are asking for backup?
 
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IN1= Interviewed complainant: no police action required.
IN2= Interviewed complainant: proper action taken.
PC1= Report made at scene.
PC2= Report made later.
ARR= Unit cleared with an arrest.
NPF= No problem found

And 9300 is statewide for a car accident. 9300-1 is a crash, no injuries.
Back in their old UHF days a 9300 in Detroit was an arrest. I don't know what they use now as I don't monitor them.
 

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Very nice! thanks you jimmy and freqs maybe someone could put the info in the wiki

Also when someone says they 'need a pull' im guessing they are asking for backup?
No problem, and needing a pull means they need extra time for writing a report.

And thanks, i didn't realize 9300 was an arrest
 

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HBO never heard that one. But if you do a search on rr, http://forums.radioreference.com/missouri-radio-discussion-forum/47502-what-does-hbo-mean.html

From my website: Mid Michigan police scanner frequencies
Codes: Bay City mainly. More: Statewide Radio Codes
Department of State Police (MI) - The RadioReference Wiki
0 - Deceased
1 - Homicide
2 - Rape
3 - Enroute to intake
4 - Clear with no report
7 - Unable to locate
(10)7-Out of Service
(10)8-In service
9 - Disregard and Clear
(10)9-Misdemeanor warrant
(10)10-Felony warrant
11 - Prostitution
12 - Drugs
(10)19-Enroute to the station
48 - Uncooperative / Mentally unstable, etc.
49 - Suicide
70 - D.O.A.
90 - Bomb Threat?
339 - Intoxicated persons under a hold due to
blood alcohol level
2000 – Arson
3500 - Drugs
Center 40 or 40-Bay County Sheriffs Dept. HQ.
(Law Enforcement Center)
Station1 - Bay City Police HQ.
(Law Enforcement Center)
Signal 1 - Situation under control
Signal 2 - I need another unit, but no rush
Signal 3 - State Police return to post
Signal 4 – Need Help NOW
Signal D - Personal Break for State Police
Code XXXX- Bank Robbery / Holdup
(XXXX = some numbers)

Acronyms:

A.I. Accident Investigator
A.L.S. Advanced Life Support (ALPHA)
A.C.F.A. Attempt to Commit Felonious Assault
A.D.W. Assault with a Deadly Weapon
A.R.M.S. Area Records Management System
A.R.T.C.C. Air Route Traffic Control Center
A.T.I.S. Automatic Terminal Information
Service (Airports)
A.T.L. Attempt To Locate
A.W.O.S. Automated Weather Observation
System
B.C.J. Bay County Jail
B.L.S. Basic Life Support (BRAVO)
B.M.C. Bay Regional Medical Center
B.O.L. Be On the Lookout
C.C.W. Carrying Concealed Weapon
C.H.F. Congestive Heart Failure
C.L.N.C. Clearance (Airports)
C.M.I.S. Criminal Management Information
System
C.S.C. Criminal Sexual Conduct
D.M.E Distance measuring equipment –
planes
D.W.I. Driving While Intoxicated
D.W.L.S. Driving While License Suspended
E.T.O.H. Alcohol
F.A.C. Failed to Appear in Court
F.C.J. Failure to Comply with Judgment
F.T.A. Failure To Appear (in court)
F.T.C. Failure To Comply
(with court judgment)
G.O.A. Gone On Arrival
H & R Hit & Run
H.E.A.R.N Hospital Emergency Administrative
Radio Network
HEELO Helicopter
HIWAS Hazardous In-flight Weather
Advisory Service
HOOK Tow truck
ILS Instrument Landing System
K Killed
KEYHOLDER Has keys to get into the place
L.E.I.N. Law Enforcement Information Network
L.F.A. Larceny from a Vehicle
L.Z. Landing Zone (helicopters)
M.E. Medical Examiner
M.I.P. Minors In Possession of alcohol or
Tobacco
M.D.O.P. Malicious Destruction Of Property
M.D.T. Mobile Data Terminal
M.S.O. Marine Safety Officer (Coast Guard)
N.C.I.C. National Crime Information Center
O.D. Officer of the Day (Coast Guard)
O.T.L. Out To Lunch
O.U.I.L. Operating Under the Influence of
Liquor (or O.U.)
P & L Prostitution & Loitering
PAT.COMM. PATrol COMMander (Coast Guard)
P.B.T. Portable Breathalyzer Test
P.D.A. Property Damage Accident
P.I. Personal Injury accident
P.I.W. Person(s) In Water
P.O.B. Persons On Board
P.P.O. Personal Protection Order
R.A. Robbery Armed
R.T.D. Return To Department – Lunch/Dinner
RIG Ambulance
RUNNER Someone responsible at the place
RVR Runway Visual Range
S.A.R. Search And Rescue
S.O.R. Sex Offender Registration
S.O.S. Secretary Of State
T.X. Telephone call
TRACON Terminal Radar Control Facility
U.C. Under Cover
U.D.A.A. Unlawfully Driving Away an
Automobile
U.T.L. Unable To Locate
V.C.S.A. Violation of Chemical Substance Act
V.F.R. Visual Flight Rules (Airplanes)
V.O.R. VHF Omni-directional Radio-range
(Airplanes)
V.P.H.C. Violation of Public Health Code
 
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8330: bomb threat
9300: an arrest
9330: lunch
ARR: Arrest made
Delta 1 (location): a problem address
Delta 2: Precinct Emergency
FAC: Failure to Appear in Court
FCJ: Failure to Comply with Judgment
MDP: Malicious Destruction of Property
HBO: Handled By Officer
IN1: Interviewed PRO –no action needed
IN2: Interviewed PRO –action taken
NPF: No Problem Found
PC1: Report made at scene
PC2: Report made later
PRO: Person Reporting Offense
Pull: additional time needed on this run
To & Stay: Go to the station & stay there until further notice
UDAA: Unlawfully Driving Away an Automobile
VRM: Verify Returned Missing
 

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Needing a pull is anything that prevents them from patrol or a run they have been sent on. Ie 59 radio give me a pull ill back up the unit on alter.

Also to and stay is report to the district
 
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