The police radio receiving frequencies are:
Channel 1 (Main Frequency) - 453.250
Channel 2 (Secondary Frequency) - 453.350
The following codes are not all inclusive, but they do include the most frequently used radio codes that officers use as a "verbal shortcut" to minimize airtime on the radios. They do not include codes that could jeopardize internal security or officers in the field. Neither do they include codes that, if known, could be embarrassing for victims.
10-1 Radio transmission is being received poorly.
10-2 Radio transmission is being received well.
10-7 Out of service
10-8 In service
10-10 Out of service but subject to call
10-11 Dispatching too rapidly
10-12 Visitor(s) present
10-13 Advise weather and road conditions
10-15 Prisoner in custody
10-17 Pick up papers at (location)
10-18 Complete present assignment ASAP
10-19 Go to or come to (location)
10-20 What is your location
10-21 Call (name) by telephone
10-22 Disregard previous instructions or take no further action
10-26 Motorist assist
10-28 Check for vehicle registration
10-29 Check for stolen information
10-30 Does not conform to rules and regulations
10-32 Is a breathalyzer operator available
10-33 Emergency radio traffic
10-36 What is the correct time?
10-37 Who am I talking to or who is the operator on duty?
10-38 Change your radio frequency to (channel)
10-39 Your message has been delivered.
10-42 I need a complete driver's license record check on (name and identifiers)
10-43 What is the driver's license status on (name and identifiers)?
10-44 Check for criminal record or wanted status on (name and identifiers).
10-45 Coffee break at (location).
10-49 Personal business
10-56 Request wrecker at (location)
10-57 Request ambulance at (location)
10-58 Request fire department at (location)
10-59 Request supervisor at (location)
10-63 Radio net priority for (unit)
10-64 Radio net is now free
10-67 Out of unit for service or unit cleanup at (location)
10-68 Emergency run with red light and siren
10-75 Traffic stop (tag number and location)
10-76 Fire Department enroute to (location)
10-77 Ambulance enroute to (location)
10-78 Meal break at (location)
10-86 Pick up a rider at (location)
10-90 Officer welfare check
10-97 Arrived at scene or location of dispatch
10-98 Last assignment completed
Signal 30 Fatality
Signal 76 Traffic collision without any injuries
Signal 82 Traffic collision with injuries
Signal 83 LPD vehicle involved in traffic collision
Signal 87 Intoxicated pedestrian
Signal 88 Intoxicated driver
Signal 89 Hit and run traffic collision