Missouri 10 codes

dispatch235

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10-97 Record Information
10-97J1 Arrest record verified by fingerprints
10-97J2 Record indicates subject could be armed and dangerous
10-97J3 Record indicates subject has been known to assault officers

Nothing listed from any of my sources on 10-97J5.... that may be something regional to your area
 

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10-97 Record Information
10-97J1 Arrest record verified by fingerprints
10-97J2 Record indicates subject could be armed and dangerous
10-97J3 Record indicates subject has been known to assault officers

Nothing listed from any of my sources on 10-97J5.... that may be something regional to your area
this is a MOSWIN 10 code.
 

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this is a MOSWIN 10 code.
I do not know where or when I got these ten codes but I had them under MHP.

10 Codes
10-1 unable to copy
10-2 signal good
10-3 affirmative, granted
10-4 message received
10-5 relay
j1 personnel
j2 property, papers, etc.
j3 prisoner
10-6 busy, stand-by
10-7 out of service
10-8 in service
10-9 repeat
10-10 minor detail, available for call
10-11 remain in service
10-12 visitor/ official present
10-13 weather/road conditions
j1 flying conditions
10-14 correct time
10-15 have in possession
j1 personnel
j2 property, papers, etc.
j3 prisoner
10-16 vehicle check
10-17 urgent-rush present detail
10-18 anything for us?
10-19 nothing for us, negative
10-20 location
10-21 call by phone
10-22 report in person
10-23 arrived at scene
10-24 leaving scene
10-25 disregard
10-26 hold subject
10-27 officer on duty
10-28 full registration
j1 vehicle
j2 driver
10-29 check record of person
10-30 does not conform
10-31 alleged narcotics violation
10-33 emergency traffic this station
10-34 trouble at station need help
10-35 major crime alert
10-36 confidential information
10-37 subject with gun
10-38 need immediate assistance
10-40 car to car traffic
10-41 beginning tour of duty
10-42 ending tour on duty
10-44 message received by all
10-46 disabled vehicle
10-50 vehicle accident
j1 minor
j2 serious
j3 road blocked
j4 fatality
10-51 wrecker needed
j1 has been notified
10-52 ambulance needed
j1 has been notified
10-53 coroner needed
j1 has been notified
10-54 drag racing
10-55 driving while intoxicated
10-56 intoxicated person
10-59 convoy/ escort (commonly used for funerals)
10-60 what is next message number?
10-61 cw traffic
10-62 teletype traffic
10-63 any answer our number?
10-64 message for local delivery
10-65 net message or item assignment
10-66 cancellation
10-67 clear for net message
10-68 dispatch information
10-70 fire
10-76 enroute
10-79 report progress of fire
10-82 reserve hotel room
10-83 residence
10-88 advise telephone number for
10-89 communications employee needed
10-90 alarm sounding
10-97 criminal history-caution
j1 felon
j2 armed and dangerous
j3 assault officers
j4 sex offender
10-99 records indicate wanted or stolen
j1 municipal warrant
j2 misdemeanor
j3 felony
j4 caution code
 

436isthe1

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I do not know where or when I got these ten codes but I had them under MHP.

10 Codes
10-1 unable to copy
10-2 signal good
10-3 affirmative, granted
10-4 message received
10-5 relay
j1 personnel
j2 property, papers, etc.
j3 prisoner
10-6 busy, stand-by
10-7 out of service
10-8 in service
10-9 repeat
10-10 minor detail, available for call
10-11 remain in service
10-12 visitor/ official present
10-13 weather/road conditions
j1 flying conditions
10-14 correct time
10-15 have in possession
j1 personnel
j2 property, papers, etc.
j3 prisoner
10-16 vehicle check
10-17 urgent-rush present detail
10-18 anything for us?
10-19 nothing for us, negative
10-20 location
10-21 call by phone
10-22 report in person
10-23 arrived at scene
10-24 leaving scene
10-25 disregard
10-26 hold subject
10-27 officer on duty
10-28 full registration
j1 vehicle
j2 driver
10-29 check record of person
10-30 does not conform
10-31 alleged narcotics violation
10-33 emergency traffic this station
10-34 trouble at station need help
10-35 major crime alert
10-36 confidential information
10-37 subject with gun
10-38 need immediate assistance
10-40 car to car traffic
10-41 beginning tour of duty
10-42 ending tour on duty
10-44 message received by all
10-46 disabled vehicle
10-50 vehicle accident
j1 minor
j2 serious
j3 road blocked
j4 fatality
10-51 wrecker needed
j1 has been notified
10-52 ambulance needed
j1 has been notified
10-53 coroner needed
j1 has been notified
10-54 drag racing
10-55 driving while intoxicated
10-56 intoxicated person
10-59 convoy/ escort (commonly used for funerals)
10-60 what is next message number?
10-61 cw traffic
10-62 teletype traffic
10-63 any answer our number?
10-64 message for local delivery
10-65 net message or item assignment
10-66 cancellation
10-67 clear for net message
10-68 dispatch information
10-70 fire
10-76 enroute
10-79 report progress of fire
10-82 reserve hotel room
10-83 residence
10-88 advise telephone number for
10-89 communications employee needed
10-90 alarm sounding
10-97 criminal history-caution
j1 felon
j2 armed and dangerous
j3 assault officers
j4 sex offender
10-99 records indicate wanted or stolen
j1 municipal warrant
j2 misdemeanor
j3 felony
j4 caution code
Still no 10-97 J5.
 

dispatch235

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this is a MOSWIN 10 code.
OK, FIRST thing... there are NO officially endorsed 10-codes, etc for use with MOSWIN....when you take a class on using their network in fact they strongly discourage the use because there are so many variations: and encourage plain language..BUT a lot of variations of the MO Standard 10-codes have carried over in use in spite of DPS discouraging their use...
HOWEVER, as I stated this appears to be a regional use of a variation that was used in Johnson County area as a retired Highway Patrol dispatcher I happened to talk to today filled me in... she has a binder full of the different 10 code variations for MO. and here is what she found for you
so according to this chart a 10-97, J5 would be "officer has arrived on scene of burglary"...


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OK, I'm not sure why that came out looking like that, I tried to paste the link but something went haywire, but you can still read it at least
 

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OK, FIRST thing... there are NO officially endorsed 10-codes, etc for use with MOSWIN....when you take a class on using their network in fact they strongly discourage the use because there are so many variations: and encourage plain language..BUT a lot of variations of the MO Standard 10-codes have carried over in use in spite of DPS discouraging their use...
HOWEVER, as I stated this appears to be a regional use of a variation that was used in Johnson County area as a retired Highway Patrol dispatcher I happened to talk to today filled me in... she has a binder full of the different 10 code variations for MO. and here is what she found for you
so according to this chart a 10-97, J5 would be "officer has arrived on scene of burglary"...


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In my personal experience, I find it highly unlikely that a department uses anything like that number of J-modifiers. Not saying it hasn't ever happened, or didn't, but it would be way up on my list of "unlikely" J4 was about as far as my departments ever got into anything and I only heard that with a fatality 10-50. If you have to look it up on a list on your visor to call it in, well, it just never happened. Not preaching, just my experience.
 
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