RolnCode3 said:I think some places use 10-8 at beginning of shift, and 10-98 for just about everything else.
radio10-8 said:10-8 can also be used when a 2nd or 3rd unit is dispatched to a call and they are clearing. Only the assigned or responsible officer can clear the call 10-98 followed by what ever closing code he/she chooses. So you could hear " 1A12 10-8 from Main street" and then hear "1A22 10-98 Adam" Both units could be on same call, 1 goes 10-8 and the other takes the 10-98 because he/she is the unit writing the report. Hope this helps
Codes can vary, sometimes beyond all recognition, depending on where you are, but within California, for instance, they TEND to be fairly consistent. Usually.landonjensen said:I saw the 10-98 means assignment complete. COuldnt they just say 10-8?