El paso s.o unit numbers?

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sudsyjkh

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Hey folks: I'm wondering if their is any rime or pattern to the EPSO unit numbers/callsigns?
I hear unit id's like 2g51 2g71 2g91 4w10 6a27 6h10 5x98 That last one sounded like a prisoner van/bus transporting 19 10-15's to central.
I'm partially blind so a map wouldn't really help me.
On the s.o website I did find a list of patrol maps with numbers, but they were all 3 digit numbers...with no letters in them.
Thanks in advance for any help.
-Johnny
 

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The first number is the shift on duty, the second is the type of unit(detective, warrants, etc), and the last digits are the district. HTH.
 

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I stand corrected. The first number is the kind of unit. 2 is patrol and 6 are constables. I don't know what the others are. The letter stands for the shift. E for evening, D for days, G for graves, and they have several others for surrounding agencies and other duties such as warrants. I don't know any district numbers. Sorry.
 
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