Onondaga County Public Safety
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Onondaga County Law, Fire and EMS Dispatch as well as Syracuse Police and Fire Dispatch. Includes Onondaga County DOT (winter months only).


Monitoring the Central New York Interoperable Communications Consortium (CNYICC) P25 Phase II trunked system in Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York.

This feed monitors/records all channels simultaneously, then replays the transmissions in the order in which they were received. This feed can become quite busy during periods when there are numerous incidents occurring. Delay may be up to 4 minutes depending on amount of traffic at the time, transmissions in the queue for more than 90 seconds are dropped from the queue and not broadcast.

 

SERVICE DESCRIPTION CHANNEL TALKGROUP NOTES
OCSO East Zone Dispatch 3 OCSO Ch. 3 47 Onondaga County Sheriffs East Zone Dispatch
OCSO West Zone Dispatch 4 OCSO Ch. 4 48 Onondaga County Sheriffs West Zone Dispatch
OCSO North Zone Dispatch 5 OCSO Ch. 5 49 Onondaga County Sheriffs North Zone Dispatch
SPD North/East Dispatch 3 SPD Ch. 3 33 Syracuse Police North Zone Dispatch
SPD South/West Dispatch 4 SPD Ch. 4 34 Syracuse Police South Zone Dispatch
Onondaga County Fire Control OCFC F1 1 Onondaga County Fire Control Dispatch
Onondaga County EMS Dispatch OCFC F7 7  
Syracuse Fire Control SFD Ch. 1 21 SFD Dispatch
Onondaga County DOT (snow plows) Ch. 1 72 Active Nov. 1st to Mar. 31st
Syracuse Regional Airport Authority Police   29 Syracuse Airport Police
Syracuse Regional Airport Authority ARFF   35 Syracuse Airport Fire

 

NOTES:

  • Tactical law enforcement and tactical fire control channels are not included in this feed.

Police, fire and EMS codes/signals heard on this feed:

Police Department Codes:

  • Code 1 - Citation Issued.
  • Code 1W - Warning Issued.
  • Code 2 - Radar Special Detail.
  • Code 3 - Parking Citation Issued.
  • Code 4 - Off Scene.
  • Code 5 - Injury/illness.
  • Code 6 - Resolved on Arrival.
  • Code 7 - Unable to locate.
  • Code 8 - Transferred to different agency.
  • Code 9 - False Alarm.
  • Code 10 - Available.
  • Code 11 - Report Written.
  • Code 12 - Arrest Made.
  • Code 13 - Evidence Technician Report.
  • Code 14 - Civil Matter.
  • Code 15 - General Investigation Report.
  • Code 16 - Juvenile Appearance Ticket.
  • Code 17 - Vehicle Accident Report.
  • Code 18 - Property Report.
  • Code 19 - Supplement Report.
  • Code 20 - Suspected Rabies Report.
  • Code 21 - Vehicle Report.
  • Code 22 - Missing/Found Person Report.
  • Code 23 - Open Door/Window Report.
  • Code 24 - Firearms Discharge Report.
  • Code 25 - Snowmobile Reports.
  • Code 26 - Warrant/Summons Attempt.
  • Code 27 - Snowmobile Summons.
  • Code 28 - Observation Report.
  • Code 29 - Appearance Ticket Issued.
  • Code 30 - Interdepartmental Memo.
  • Code 31 - Crime Lab Request Form.
  • Code 32 - Officer Injured/Sick Report.
  • Code 33 - Repossession Report.
  • Code 34 - Use of Force Report.
  • Code 35 - General Message Report.
  • Code 36 - Report Mailed/Sent.
  • Code 37 - Affadavit Made.
  • Code 38 - Complaint Information.
  • Code 39 - Warrant/Summons Processed.
  • Code 40 - Photos Taken.
  • Code 41 - Detail Completed.
  • Code 42 - Report/Deposition.
  • Code 43 - No Police Action.
  • Code 44 - M.O. Coding Sheet.
  • Code 45 - K-9 Building Search.
  • Code 46 - K-9 Directed Search.
  • Code 47 - K-9 Person Check.
  • Code 48 - K-9 Bomb Detection.
  • Code 51 - K-9 Evidence Search.
  • Code 52 - Family Offense Notification.
  • Code 53 - K-9 Criminal Apprehension.
  • Code 54 - K-9 Officer Protection.
  • Code 55 - K-9 Demonstration.
  • Code 56 - K-9 Narcotics Detection.
  • Code/Condition White - No lights or sirens. (code is also used by fire dispatch/depts./EMS)
  • Code Red - Life threatening.
  • Code Scarlet - Emergency during drill.
  • Code Yellow - MVA involving school bus.

Police Department Files:

  • File 1 - Stolen vehicle.
  • File 2 - Administrative message to DMV.
  • File 4 - Hit & Run MVA.
  • File 5 - Wanted Person.
  • File 6 - Missing person or Runaway.
  • File 7 - Burglary Notice.
  • File 8 - Robbery Notice.
  • File 9 - Lost or Missing Property.
  • File 10 - Stolen Property/Larceny.
  • File 11 - Assault/Violent Crime Notice.
  • File 12 - Homicide Notice.
  • File 13 - General Information.
  • File 13a - Arrest Notification.
  • File 15 - Request for Information/Criminal History.
  • File 16 - Lost/Stolen License Plate.
  • File 25 - General Administrative message.
  • File 28 - Road & Weather conditions.
  • File 44 - Test messages follow.

Police/Fire Department Signals:

  • Signal 19 - No Lights/Sirens.
  • Signal 27 - Drivers License Check.
  • Signal 28 - Vehicle Registration Check.
  • Signal 29 - OLEIS Check.
  • Signal 30 - NYSPIN Check.
  • Signal 31 - No Prior Arrests/Wants.
  • Signal 32 - Known/Use Caution.
  • Signal 41 - Request Rescue Unit.
  • Signal 44 - Note.
  • Signal 46 - Repeat Alarm Dispatch.
  • Signal 48 - Request Chief.
  • Signal 49 - Need Police Assistance, situation growing dangerous. (Ongoing domestic, combative patient, etc.)
  • Signal 50 - Man Down/Mayday/Request immediate assistance.
  • Signal 54 - On Radio.
  • Signal 56 - Off Radio.
  • Signal 57 - In Service Report.
  • Signal 58 - Out of Service Report.
  • Signal 59 - Retirement Announcement.
  • Signal 65 - Phone Fire Control.
  • Signal 67 - Do Not Transmit.
  • Signal 68 - Request Mechanic.
  • Signal 75 - Message Received.
  • Signal 76 - Request Status Report.
  • Signal 79 - Motor Vehicle Accident without Injuries.
  • Signal 79 Possible - Motor Vehicle Accident with possible Injuries.
  • Signal 80 - Motor Vehicle Accident with Injuries.
  • Signal 84 - Involved in Accident.
  • Signal 86 - Fill Assignment from Short Telephone Alarm to Full Telephone Alarm.
  • Signal 90 - Bomb Scare.
  • Signal 94 - Report to HQ.
  • Signal 95 - Request Fire Scene Information.
  • Signal 96 - Request Tow Truck.
  • Signal 97 - First Unit Investigation.
  • Signal 98 - Minor Fire/Working Outdoor Fire/Vehicle Fire.
  • Signal 99 - Major Fire/Working Structure Fire.

Fire Department Codes:

  • 2-2 - Request second alarm.
  • 3-3 - Request third alarm.

Police Department Terms:

  • 68 - Fight
  • 69 - Suspicious Vehicle
  • 70 - Call
  • 74 - Traffic Stop
  • 76 - Domestic
  • 77 - Juvenile
  • 78 - Ambulance
  • 79 - Cancel
  • 82 - Burglary
  • 83 - Illegally parked vehicle (oftenly used code by Syracuse DPW)
  • 85 - Complainant/Caller
  • 88 - Status Check(s)
  • 89 - Enroute
  • 94 - Out of Service
  • 1192 - Driving While Intoxicated

EMD Determinate Codes:

  • Alpha - Stable BLS
  • Bravo - Unstable BLS
  • Charlie - Stable ALS/Unstable BLS
  • Delta - Unstable BLS
  • Echo - Unconscious/Not Breathing - Unknown life status

Other terminology commonly heard:

  • ABC - Alcohol Beverage Control.
  • ALS - Advanced Life Support.
  • BLS - Basic Life Support.
  • CHAIRS - Criminal History Arrest/Incident Reporting System.
  • Community General - A SUNY Upstate Hospital, located just outside of Syracuse.
  • CPEP - Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program.
  • DR - Dispatch Record Number.
  • DV - Disabled Vehicle.
  • EDP - Emotionally Disturbed Person.
  • ET - Evidence Technician (crime scene unit).
  • GIVE - Gun Involved Violence Elimination (Formerly Operation Impact, most NYSP & OCSO units actively patrolling city and certain SPD units).
  • GSW - Gun Shot Wound.
  • MDT - Mobile Data Terminal.
  • MI - Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack).
  • MVA - Motor Vehicle Accident.
  • MVC - Motor Vehicle Collision.
  • PIC - Person in Crisis.
  • RO - Registered (Vehicle) Owner.
  • ShotSpotter - Gunshot detection system.
  • TA - Police Department Technical Assistant.
  • YD - Youth Detention (Hillbrook Detention Facility).

For additional information, see here and here.


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