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APCO 10 Codes

Expanded APCO 10 Codes

This is a listing of the current Expanded APCO 10 codes used by most departments. These will vary in some areas. For a list of the older APCO versions see 10 codes page.

Current Codes

Code Definition Code Definition
10-0 Use Caution 10-1 Signal Weak
10-2 Signal Good 10-3 Stop Transmitting
10-4 Message Received 10-5 Relay
10-6 Station is busy 10-7 Out Of Service
10-8 In Service 10-9 Repeat
10-10 Fight In Progress 10-11 Animal Problem
10-12 Stand By 10-13 Report Conditions
10-14 Prowler Report 10-15 Civil Disturbance
10-16 Domestic Problem 10-17 Meet Complainant
10-18 Urgent 10-19 Go To Station
10-20 Advise To Location 10-21 Phone _______
10-22 Disregard 10-23 Arrived At Scene
10-24 Assignment Complete 10-25 Report to ________
10-26 Detaining Suspect 10-27 Driver's License Information
10-28 Vehicle Registration Information 10-29 Check Records For Want
10-30 Unauthorized Use Of Radio 10-31 Crime In Progress
10-32 Person With Gun 10-33 Emergency
10-34 Riot 10-35 Major Crime Alert
10-36 Correct Time 10-37 Suspicious Vehicle
10-38 Stop Suspicious Vehicle 10-39 Respond With Siren and Flashers
10-40 Do not use Siren and Flashers 10-41 Beginning Shift
10-42 End Shift 10-43 Information
10-44 Permission to Leave 10-45 Dead Animal
10-46 Assist Motorist 10-47 Emergency Road Repair
10-48 Traffic Control 10-49 Traffic Signal Out
10-50 Traffic Accident 10-51 Request Tow Truck
10-52 Request Ambulance 10-53 Roadway Blocked
10-54 Livestock on Roadway 10-55 Intoxicated Driver
10-56 Intoxicated Pedestrian 10-57 Hit and Run Accident
10-58 Direct Traffic 10-59 Escort
10-60 Squad In Vicinity 10-61 Personnel In Vicinity
10-62 Reply To Message 10-63 Prepare to Copy
10-64 Local Message 10-65 Net Message
10-66 Cancel Message 10-67 Clear For Net Message
10-68 Dispatch Information 10-69 Message Received
10-70 Fire Alarm 10-71 Advise Nature Of Alarm
10-72 Report Progress of Alarm 10-73 Smoke Report
10-74 Negative 10-75 In contact with _______
10-76 En route to _______ 10-77 Estimated Time of Arrival
10-78 Request Assistance 10-79 Notify Coroner
10-80 Pursuit in Progress 10-81 Breathalyser Report
10-82 Reserved Lodgings 10-83 School Crossing Assignment
10-84 Estimated Time of Arrival 10-85 Arrival Delayed
10-86 Operator On Duty 10-87 Pick Up
10-88 Advise Telephone Number 10-89 Bomb Threat
10-90 Bank Alarm 10-91 Pick Up Subject
10-92 Illegally Parked Vehicle 10-93 Blockage
10-94 Drag Racing 10-95 Subject In Custody
10-96 Detain Subject 10-97 Test Signal
10-98 Prisoner Escape 10-99 Wanted Or Stolen


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