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Police radio 10-codes are numeric communication signals used by law enforcement and government agencies to help reduce confusion during two-way voice radio communication, according to eInvestigator.com. Private citizens ... More »

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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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The radio codes used by law enforcement in the United States vary from one locality to the next, explains National Public Radio, but a list of common law enforcement codes is available at Colemer.org. However, many agenc... More »

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In general, police frequencies are allocated in the bandwidth of 153.785 to 155.980 MHz. Other common frequencies include 42.020 to 42.940 MHz, 44.620 to 46.580 MHz, and 460.0125 to 460.6375 MHz notes RadioShack. Local p... More »

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