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That very well may be, but I think with the combination of the 10-98 and Nora, I doubt it. I can't imagine telling dispatch that you are completing an assignment/call and then add the variable of "narcotics" to the coding.rananthony04 said:hello all, I live in L.A and monitor all the time. From what I hear, the term "Nora" refers to Narcotic officers. I know not all agencies use "Nora" for narcotic officers, but as I listen to the operation and listening to other terms being used, i put two and two together.
brandon said:I hear this term all the time while listening to Riverside County Sheriff. What exactly does it mean?