LOS SANTOS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Here are a list of radio codes which are to be used to communicate other officers/members of the department.
It is a must to know these codes to be accepted into the department.
As a member, you will receive two separate radios one to communicate with just our department (/r) and the other to communicate to all departments. (/d)
10-1 – Transmitting poorly
10-2 – Transmitting clearly
10-3 – Stop transmitting
10-4 – Message received (not yes, it means that you heard the message)
10-6 – Off Duty but in for emergency calls (for paperwork and personal matters)
10-7 – Off Duty, not in for emergency calls ((In Game but Off Duty))
10-8 – On Duty, responding to calls
10-9 – Repeat Message
10-10 – Off Duty, ((Out of game))
10-15 – Male in Custody
10-15f – Female in Custody
10-19 – Return to Station / Returning to Station
10-21 – Phone Call
10-22 – Disregard Last Message
10-26 – Traffic Stop
10-26a – High Risk Traffic Stop (need backup, traffic stop at gunpoint)
10-28 – Vehicle Registration Check
10-29 – Wants/Warrant Check
10-76 – Enroute to [Location]
10-80 - Pursuit in Progress, move all non essential radio traffic to channel 2 ((/r))
10-87 – Meet Officer [Location]
10-85 - Arrived in Area (Area Check)
10-88 – Request Cover Unit (Used on traffic stops)
10-97 – Arrived at Scene
10-98 - All units on call clear and go 10-8
10-99 - End of Situations
11-10 – Take a Report
11-29 – Clear Record/No Want
11-41 – Ambulance Needed
11-44 – Coroners Case – Dead on Floor
11-45 – Suicide
11-46 – Death
11-47 – Injured Person
11-48 – Provide Transportation
11-51 – Pedestrian Stop
11-52 – Status Check
11-53 – Security Check
11-80 – Accident, Serious Injury
11-81 – Accident, Minor Injury
11-82 – Accident, Property Damage Only
11-83 – Accident, No Details
11-99 – Need backup its Emergency
Code 0 - ((Game Crash))
Code 1 – Routine Response Type (Not a Priority)
Code 2 – Urgent Response Type (Lights and Sirens at Intersections)
Code 3 – Emergency Response Type (Lights and Sirens)
Code 4 – No Further Assistance Needed/Enough Officer on Scene
Code 5 – Stakeout
Code 6 – Marked Units Remain Clear of the Area
Code 7 – Meal Break
Code 33 - Radio Silence for an Emergency Situation
IC-3: Latino or Mexican
IC-6: Some unknown ethnicity.
CHAIN OF COMMAND
IV. Chain of Command & Uniforms
IV. A. Chain of Command with matching uniforms
-> The Chief of the Los Santos Police Department is the senior most and highest rank within the force. He is the sole leader of the entire agency and keeps everything in perfect order. He has the power to hire, demote, fire, and suspend anyone he chooses as well as make new rules, units, divisions, and assign different division leaders to run certain units. He should be recognized and spoken to with a great amount of respect at all times.
-> The Assistant Chiefs is the second in command of the entire department. The people who attain the rank of Assistant Chief are the right hand men and women of the Chief. They make sure everything is ran in proper order and maintain a good name for the Chief. They have more or less the same powers as the Chief, except they don't have the power to add or remove divisions without the approval of the Chief. Again, these are people who need to be treated with greats amount of respect.
-> The Captains of the Los Santos Police Department are the division leaders. They are the third in command of the department and run special divisions. The divisions are as followed:
~ Training & Recruitment
~ Special Weapons and Tactics
~ Internal Affairs Bureau
~ Patrol Division
The men and women who attain this rank are the highlight of each division. They have the power to hire and suspend anyone from the rank Cadet to Officer if needed. They are allowed to demote people with permission from a higher command. Anything else needs to be taken up with the higher command at all times. They are able to hire people into their division and also remove people from their division. They must keep a high quality status of their division at all times to stay at that rank. It's a well earned and trusted position.
-> The Sergeants of the Los Santos Police Department are normally the fourth in command of the department. They're also the second in command of divisions that are led by the Captains These men and women are very familiar with how the police department works and are chosen by the Captains to work side by side with them to keep their division afloat. They are the right hand men to the Captain's and follow their ever order. These people have the power to hire (Training & Recruitment FTOs) and suspend certain members with the approval of a Captain.
-> The Corporals of the Los Santos Police Department are the next step from the rank Officer. These are the trusted members of the LSPD who have performed very well in terms of patrolling and are finally stepping up to become a new rank in the force. These members are the fifth in command of the department and may be the third in command of the divisions under the Sergeants and Captains. There are very fewer Corporals than Officers because the force needs a good background of Officers.
-> The Officers of the Los Santos Police Department are the back bone of the entire department. They probably do some of the most heavy and most needed work in the force. They're the men and women out there day after day working in patrol vehicles and doing the beat constantly around Los Santos. Their constant job is to work and patrol with the Cadets to train them to become a Officer some day and do basic patrol with a vehicle to enforce the traffic and normal based laws of Los Santos.
-> The Cadets of the Los Santos Police Department are the members at the bottom of the food chain. They're the newly accepted members of the force who are still undergoing greats amount of training. In order for them to become a Officer, they must do 1-2 weeks of service and then taker a Cadet-to-Officer exam at the end with surrounds all the basic information they should know in the LSPD to move on. The Cadets are to patrol with a Officer or above at all times. Remember there are a limited amount of weapons they can carry, and are to be watched 24/7 by the members around them.
Chief Nathaniel Santiago