Highway Patrol Codes

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They are under SC Law Enforcement Agencies in the database.

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?tab=files&aid=852

It has the 10 Codes, Signals, and the unit numbers.
Some of this info is old:

The SCHP units have changed, they use diffrent unit numbers based on their rank and badge number.
And I believe most of the Signal codes are wrong (at least they don't match up to what I hear)

The 10-Codes are pretty accurate, but some of them I've never heard used.
 

2J144

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Here's the current HP codes

CURRENT 10 CODES

10--0 Chase In Progress
10--1 Signal Weak
10--2 Signal Good
10--3 Stop Transmitting
10--4 Affirmative (ok)
10--5 Relay To
10--6 Busy
10--7 Out Of Service
10--8 In Service
10--9 Repeat Information
10--10 Negative
10--11 On Duty
10--12 Stand-by (stop)
10--13 Existing Weather Conditions
10--14 Message/information
10--15 Message Delivered
10--16 Reply To Message
10--17 Enroute
10--18 Urgent (quickly)
10--19 (in) Contact
10--20 Location
10--21 Call ( ) By Phone
10--22 Disregard
10--23 Arrived At Scene
10--24 Assignment Completed
10--25 Report To (meet)
10--26 Estimated Arrival Time
10--27 License/permit Information
10--28 Ownership Information (tag)
10--29 Wanted Records Check
10--30 Danger/caution
10--31 Pick Up
10--32 Units Needed Quickly
10--33 EMERGENCY
10--34 TIME
10--35 RADAR
10--36 ABANDONED VEHICLE
10--37 MOBILE DATA TERMINAL (CAD)
10--38 NORMAL TRAFFIC STOP
10--39 CONSENT TO SEARCH
10--40 ROAD REPAIRS AT ( )
10--41 BEGINNING TOUR OF DUTY
10--42 ENDING TOUR OF DUTY
10--43 TIME CHECK
10--44 UNABLE TO LOCATE
10--45 ANIMAL CARCASS IN ROAD
10--46 DISABLED VEHICLE
10--47 INVESTIGATE SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
10--48 STOPPING SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
10--49 CIVIL DISTURBANCE
10--50 ACCIDENT -F,PD,PI
10--51 WRECKER NEEDED
10--52 AMBULANCE NEEDED
10--53 ROAD BLOCKED (SPECIFY)
10--54 DIRECT TRAFFIC
10--55 INTOXICATED DRIVER
10--56 INTOXICATED PEDESTRIAN
10--57 HIT & RUN -F,PD,PI
10--58 RIOT
10--59 MAN WITH GUN (ARMED)
10--60 CORONER
10--61 ILLEGAL USE OF RADIO
10--62 PRISON/JAIL BREAK
10--63 ADVISE PRESENT PHONE NUMBER
10--64 BOMB THREAT
10--65 BLOCKADE
10--66 DRAG RACING
10--67 PRISONER/SUBJECT IN CUSTODY
10--68 MENTAL SUBJECT
10--69 DETAINING SUBJECT/EXPEDITE
10--70 FIRE (SPECIFY)
10--71 RECORDS INDICATE WANTED/STOLEN
10--72 HIT CONFIRMATION
10--73 BREAK IN
10--74 ARMED ROBBERY/HOLD UP
10--75 SHOOTING INCIDENT
10--76 ASSAULT
10--77 VANDALISM
10--78 NEED ASSISTANCE (SPECIFY)
10--79 PROWLER
10--80 SUSPICIOUS PERSON
10--81 MISSING PERSON
10--82 DOMESTIC PROBLEM
10--83 FIGHT IN PROGRESS
10--84 CRIME IN PROGRESS
10--85 ALARM (SPECIFY)
10--86 OUT OF VEHICLE/SUBJECT TO CALL
10--87 REQUEST PERMISSION TO LEAVE
10--88 PATROL IN VICINITY
10--89 ESCORT
10--90 PREPARE TO COPY
10--91 RETURN TO ( )
10--92 DELAYED DUE TO ( )
10--93 MESSAGE RECEIVED
10--94 GENERAL BROADCAST
10--95 PICK UP PRISONER
10--96 BREATHALYZER OPERATOR
10--97 RADIO CHECK
10--98 SWITCH TO REGIONAL CHANNEL
10--99 TRAFFIC LIGHT OUT AT ( )

CURRENT SIGNALS

SIG1 HANDLE BY MAIL
SIG2 DELIVERED ADDRESSEE
SIG3 DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION
SIG4 CHANGING CHANNELS OR COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
SIG5 PERMISSION TO USE PATROL CAR TO GO….
SIG6 PERMISSION TO SEND ( ) TO COLUMBIA
SIG7 SEND ( ) TO COLUMBIA FOR ANOTHER VEHICLE
SIG8 PERMISSION TO VISIT HQ IN COLUMBIA
SIG9 MAKE INVESTIGATION AS CONFIDENTIAL AS POSSIBLE
SIG10 STAY IN SERVICE
SIG11 IF NO STOLEN REPORT – CHECK WITH WONER FOR DISPOSITION
SIG12 OPERATOR HAS NO INFORMATION ON THAT SUBJECET
SIG13 PERMISSION TO GO 10-7
SIG14 GIVE TO LOCAL BROADCAST STATIONS
SIG15 RESUME NORMAL OPERATIONS
SIG16 OUT OF CAR…RADIO ON
SIG17 ILLEGAL DRUGS
SIG18 COMPUTER OUT OF SERVICE
SIG19 DO NOT USE TRANSMITTER SEE TECH
SIG20 TOWER LIGHTS OUT AS FOLLOWS
SIG21 OFFICALS OR VISTORS PRESENT
SIG22 ZONE ASSIGNMENT
 

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If the City of Beaufort used Adam as a phonectic it would be here.

They use codes such as 1 Alpha 12, or 1 Bravo 42 or 2 Alpha 16.
The first number is the officers job of the day: 1 is first responder, 2 is alternate, 3 is traffic and 4 is supervisor. There are additional codes, best left for another day.

The letter is the patrol district and the last number is the officers ID number.

There are five patrol districts, but hard to write a discription that would hold up outside of being in Beaufort Here goes. Alpha is the downtown to Pigeon Point Area. Bravo is geneatly South of Bay Street/Depot Road, Charlie is north and west of Ribault Rd (not in Alpha or Bravo districts), Delta is the imediate downtown area and Echo is Lady's Island that is in the City.
 
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