Examples of some frequently used police scanner codes are "10-4," "10-20," "Code 217" or "Code Blue." Police codes are a fast, efficient way for police officers to relay information to one another. A detailed list of pol... More »

Police scanner codes, or 10-codes, are short alpha-numeric combinations used by law enforcement officials to communicate necessary information over radio frequencies. Police scanner codes were first used in the early 192... More »

Police radio codes, also known as "10 codes," are assigned numbers used to transmit information between police officers and the dispatch center. The "10" is a prefix, indicating that the following numbers are a coded mes... More »

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Police scanner codes, or 10-codes, are short alpha-numeric combinations used by law enforcement officials to communicate necessary information over radio frequencies. Police scanner codes were first used in the early 192... More »

A list of codes used on a live police scanner is available on websites such as radiolabs.com and zipscanners.com. These websites provide users with comprehensive lists of codes used by live police scanners together with ... More »

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When a police officer indicates Code 4, he is saying the situation is under control, according to the Statesman Journal. Code 4 is part of a coded language used on police and emergency radios transmitted through a police... More »

Live police scanner feeds are streamed online at RadioReference.com, Broadcastify.com, Ustream.tv and TuneIn.com, according to About.com. Most of these online services stream other content besides police scanner feeds. More »

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