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  • 10-85 Called In Middle of Projects (Raw Video)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJErZSPi4Dk
    NYPD

  • #2
    at 5:21, the PO has a mohawk?

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    • #3
      At 3:52 there is a female officer with the lettering J.R.I.P on the back of her uniform what does that mean? I must say I think the officers handled it very well for all the nonsense that was going on in the background.

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      • #4
        The ghetto roaches all come pouring out when something like this happens.

        As someone said in the You-tube comments though, that Officer probably called a 10-13, not a 85 or the suits would have never showed up.
        Last edited by LINY; 10-05-2009, 07:56 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by krash131 View Post
          At 3:52 there is a female officer with the lettering J.R.I.P on the back of her uniform what does that mean? I must say I think the officers handled it very well for all the nonsense that was going on in the background.
          Juvenile Robbery Intervention Program

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          • #6
            You Know It's Amazing There Other Day I Saw A Big Billboard That Reads "stop Police Violence" And It Has The Picture Of 2 Cops Beating Somebody And Someone Holding A Video Camera. Now Any Idiot With The Ability To Hold A Camera Will Be Recording Us And Saying They Have Legal Right To Do So. The Cops Were Out Numbered It Could Have Gotten Ugly, Thank God It Didn't. Iwould Have Done The Same Thing, 10-85 And Hold Him Till They Got There. Good Job Nypd!
            ....I would rather be judged by 12, than carried by 6...

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            • #7
              In my humble opinion, I would say it was a 10-85 and not a 10-13. Those cops handled it very well when the psycho with the camera was saying, "this goin be on youtube in 2 minutes! 2 minutes!" lol.

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              • #8
                What is a 10-85 or 10-13 for people not aware of NYPD codes?

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                • #9
                  Common Codes:

                  10-1 Call Your Command

                  10-2 Return To Your Command

                  10-3 Call Dispatcher By Telephone

                  10-4 Acknowledgment

                  10-5 Repeat Message

                  10-6 Standby

                  10-7 Verify Address

                  10-10 Possible Crime (prowler, suspicious person/vehicle, shots fired, etc.)

                  10-11 Alarm (specify type)

                  10-12 Police Officer/Security Holding Suspect

                  10-13 Assist Police Officer

                  10-14 License Plate Check - Occupied & Suspicious - Verify If Stolen

                  10-15 License Plate Check - Verify If Is Stolen - Occupied or Not

                  10-16 Vehicle is Reported Stolen

                  10-17 Vehicle is Not Reported Stolen

                  10-18 Warrant Check Shows An Active Warrant

                  10-19 Warrant Check Negative



                  Past /In progress Crime:

                  10-20/10-30 Robbery

                  10-21/10-31 Burglary

                  10-22/10-32 Larceny (specify: auto, from person, other)

                  /10-33 Explosive Device or Threat

                  10-24/10-34 Assault (specify)

                  10-25/10-35 Child Abuse

                  10-29/10-39 Other Crime (specify)



                  10-44 Suspicious Substance Reported (Bio/Chem/etc.) [L-Letter, P-Package, S-Substance]



                  Non Crime Incidents:

                  10-50 Disorderly Person/Group or Noise

                  10-51 Roving band (specify direction of travel & number in group)

                  10-52 Dispute (specify)

                  10-53 Vehicle Accident [D-Dispute, H-Hit by Auto, I-Injury, P-Property only, Q-Other, X-Person Pinned

                  10-54 Ambulance Case [B-Burn, C-Cardiac, D4-Person in Water, E-EDP, H-Heavy Bleeder,

                  I-Injured, L-Severed Limb, R-Rescue, S-Serious, U-Unconscious, Q-Other

                  Any Can Use: (1=Inside, 2=Outside, 6=Family, 7=Child Abuse, 9=Transit)]

                  10-55 Ambulance Case No RMP required

                  10-56 Verify if Ambulance Needed

                  10-56 O Outstretched Person (used in transit condition needing verification)

                  10-57 2nd Call for Ambulance - verify

                  10-58 Assist Ambulance (specify type of assist)

                  10-59 Alarm of Fire (specify type)

                  10-60 H Research (disabled vehicle)

                  10-60 I Broadcast (chase/pursuit)



                  Administrative Codes:

                  10-61 Precinct Assignment/Not Available (give condition and location)

                  10-62 Out of Service - Mechanical (give condition and location)

                  10-63 Out of Service - Meal

                  10-64 Quality of Life Incident [A-Animal, B-Blocking Driveway, C-Construction

                  D-Drinking, E-Bikes/Skates, F-Fireworks

                  G-Garbage, H-Homeless, I-Hazardous Location

                  K-Lewd Acts, M-Posting Advertisements, N-Panhandling

                  P-Peddling, Q-Foul Odor, R-Trespass, S-Squeegee

                  T-Traffic, U-Urinating, V-Vandalism, Z-Other]



                  Other Conditions:

                  10-65 Utility Trouble (specify nature and if ESU responding or not)

                  10-66 Unusual Incident (train derailment/collision, plane crash, building collapse)

                  10-67 Traffic/Parking Condition (specify)

                  10-68 See Complainant re: (specify)

                  10-69 Other Non-Crime Incident (specify)

                  10-69 N Narcotics - refer to PDU

                  10-69 S Refer to out of city agency (specify)

                  10-75 C Community Visit

                  10-75 D Directed Patrol

                  10-75 F Family/Home Visit for Domestic Violence Officers

                  10-75 P Park, Walk, Talk

                  10-75 V Vertical Patrol

                  10-75 W Warrant Check (on another channel)



                  Assignment Status (interim):

                  10-80 Cancel (specify unneeded service)

                  10-82 Verificaton/Arrest (give number detained)

                  10-83 Report/Notification at Station House

                  10-84 Arrived at Scene

                  10-85 Need Additional Unit (specify type & reason)

                  10-86 Female In/Female Out of Vehicle (indicate time)

                  10-87 Unit to Hospital (specify hospital)

                  10-88 Vehicle Pursuit as a result of another assignment

                  10-89 Other Interim Status (specify)



                  Final Dispositions:

                  10-90 F1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of domestic violence is alleged)

                  F2 Domestic Incident Report (unfounded report of domestic violence)

                  J1 Domestic Incident Report (no offense of child abuse is alleged)

                  J2 Domestic Incident Report (offense of reported child abuse is unfounded)

                  N Unfounded or Unnecessary Alarm

                  N3 Unfounded or Unnecessary Alarm/Deferred Service

                  U Unable to gain entrance

                  V2 Unsuccesful Home Visit

                  X Unfounded

                  Y Unnecessary

                  Z Gone on arrival

                  10-91 Non-crime corrected

                  V Successful Home Visit

                  10-92 Arrest

                  C Crime Arrest (felony/misdemeanor, include number arrested)

                  F Family Offense Arrest Made

                  J Child Abuse Arrest Affected

                  Q Other Arrest (specify type)

                  10-93 C Complaint Report prepared for a crime

                  F Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Family Offense)

                  J Complaint Report/Domestic Incident (for Child Abuse)

                  Q Other report prepared (no arrest)

                  10-94 Handled by previous tour

                  10-95 Non-crime referred by another agency (specify)

                  10-96 Summons served

                  10-97 H Patient removed to hospital

                  R Patient refused medical aide

                  E1 EDP admitted to hospital

                  E2 EDP released from hospital

                  10-98 Resuming patrol/available (not acceptable from final unit on scene)

                  10-99 Other final disposition (must include remarks)

                  T4 Vehicle Accident - no tow truck required

                  T5 Vehicle Accident - DARP tow required

                  T6 Vehicle Accident - other tow service

                  T7 Vehicle Accident - DARP and other tow service

                  T8 Vehicle Accident - authorized tow service

                  T9 Vehicle Accident - DARP requested



                  MOBILIZATIONS:

                  Level One Responding Borough Task Force

                  Level Two Task Force - City Wide

                  Level Three Local Borough Precinct Personnel

                  Level Four Precinct Personnel - City Wide
                  Exam 8051

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                  • #10
                    so why did the detectives respond?

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                    • #11
                      10-85 no emergency (meet with me),
                      10-85 forthwith, i'm about to be in a fight. (almost a 10-13)

                      10-13 OFFICER NEEDS ASSISTANCE,, I'm fighting and it is not going well LOL.

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                      • #12
                        Hey Noise,
                        You Shouldnt Post Those Codes On This Forum. Thats For Official Use Only. You Never Know What Eyes With Bad Intentions Go Through This Site.
                        APONY
                        STAND UP GUY

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by APONY View Post
                          Hey Noise,
                          You Shouldnt Post Those Codes On This Forum. Thats For Official Use Only. You Never Know What Eyes With Bad Intentions Go Through This Site.
                          Uhm, they're all over the internet. You can google it and get a million results. NYPD codes were never a secret.

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                          • #14
                            If the NYPD carried tasers, that situation could have been over in seconds...That dude had some size on him...
                            6101 (October 2006) - Passed

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by LINY View Post
                              As someone said in the You-tube comments though, that Officer probably called a 10-13, not a 85 or the suits would have never showed up.

                              You can clearly hear in the beginning of the video the officer screaming her post and location...no radio code...central put it over as a 13 as did several anonymous callers. It sounded worse over the radio than it does watching this video again.

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