Listen to live police and fire calls right here on Scanner 911. You'll hear the live transmission of emergency service communitcations from Calaveras, Tuolumne and Amador counties as they happen.
How it Works: Radio scanners rapidly rotate through a bank of pre-programmed frequencies, checking for radio traffic on them. When a channel has traffic, the scanner stops on that channel and plays the audio of the radio transmission. When the radio communication stops, the scanner waits up to 4 seconds for replies. If no further radio transmissions are received on that channel within the 4 second delay period, the scanning of all channels resumes.
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|10-1||Receiving poorly||10-27||Driver’s license check|
|10-2||Loud and clear||10-28||Vehicle license check|
|10-4||Copied message||10-29||Warrants check|
|10-5||Passing a Message||10-33||Alarm sounding|
|10-6||Busy with something||10-36||Time check|
|10-7||Out of service||10-39||Officer check|
|10-8||In service / Available||10-49||In route|
|10-9||Repeat message||10-51||Has been drinking (also “H.B.D.”)|
|10-10||At home or Off duty||10-56||Suicide attempt|
|10-12||People can/shouldn’t hear radio||10-57||Gunshot(s)|
|10-15||Transporting person(s) to jail||10-66||Suspicious person|
|10-15 X-ray||Transporting female to jail||10-95||In the area|
|10-19||Returning to office||10-97||Arrived on scene|
|10-20||Location||10-98||Finished with call|
|10-21||Phone call||10-98 Nora||Finished with call, no report taken|
|10-22||Disregard||10-98 Robert||Finished with call, report taken|
|10-23||Stand by||11-98||Meet with me|
|CODE 1||When convenient||CODE 5||Stakeout|
|CODE 2||Urgent, no lights/siren||CODE 6||Responding from a long distance|
|CODE 3||Urgent, use lights/siren||CODE 7||Mealtime|
|CODE 4||All OK, no assistance needed||CODE 33||Emergency radio traffic only*
*During a CODE 33, a beep or tone will be heard every 5 to 10 seconds.