Michigan Radio Codes

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Detroitscanner

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I've heard some new acronyms on the radios. The list below is the acronyms I can't find the meaning of. I have included some descriptions what they said on the radio with the acronym If that helps. Thank you

10-96 -
10-15 -
10-80 - car unoccupied
10-19 -
10-95 -
10-15: Ill be 10-15 with a female
20 -
25 -
28: I have a 28 for you (plate?)
88: Same 88 that we delt with
302-
3500 -
6500 - ((traffic offense))
8800: The caller is an 8800
8800 - ((intoxicated??)
AMO - ((check that AMO, Disabled))
AOD: Put me on an AOD
CCH
CFC: Registered CFC
CFI -
CFO -
CFS -
CHS -
CO - Ill do followup per CO
CO - Officers
CO's Office
CPG -
CTH -
DDR work -
DHS: He was DHS
DVA
ELC Record -
FOC
FR
GIP license
I units - ( I-49 and I-47)
I units (Roseville)
IKW: Can you Run an IKW?
IU units
NSO - Well be en route to the NSO
OCA number - find report
OCIL number - find report
RNO: 95 with a female for RNO
RTQ Or RPQ - ((our FD was - RPQ))??
SCC permit
SCC Permit -
SOC -
The TL called
TIP: Expired TIP
UCR code: what is "UCR"?
WA call
 

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DB= dead body (yes I've heard it)

When talking about accidents (10-50) a PD is property damage and a PI is personal injury

of course intox = drunk

LEC= law enfornemenet center
 

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10-96 = mentally ill

You hear this a lot in the Detroit area!
 

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These are all news ones and ones that were not answered last time.
 

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10-15 - prisoner/suspect in custody
10-19 returning to station/jail
20 - location (10-20)
25 - meet (10-25)
28 - registration (10-28)
3500 - drugs
cch - Computerized criminal history
foc - friend of court (usually child support activity)
I units - investigators
RNO is R&O, resisting & obstructing
TIP - Temporary instruction (learner's) permit
UCR - uniform crime reporting
 

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10-96 - Mental
10-95 - Open the garage door
10-15 - Enroute to the station
20 - Short for 10-20 or location
28 - Short for 10-28 or vehicle registration
3500 - MICR code for a drug offense
AMO - Assist MOtorist
AOD - Assist Other Department
CCH - Computerized Criminal History
CFS - Call For Service (Incident number)
CO - Corrections Officer
FOC - Friend Of the Court (they handle child support)
GIP - probably TIP
OCA number - Originating Agency
RTQ Or RPQ - Return To Quarters
The TL called - Team Leader
TIP: Temporary Instruction License (adult driver's ed)
UCR code: Uniform Crime Reporting (MICR is similar)
 

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Are these really being used that much anymore? I know they found a lot of problems with 9/11 was too many/different codes so most agencies use more plain speech now. A few decades ago they were used heavily.
 
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