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If you are looking for police radio scanners that you can listen to via the internet for any agency around the country without paying for it, then you’ve come to the right place. Right here on this web page I’m going to share with you one trusted website that allow civilians to listen to live police scanners from anywhere in the world for free, 24/7.


Before I share with you how to listen to live police scanners online, I want to warn you that some websites are scamming people into paying for this service when it is available for free. Don’t  make the mistake of spending money on online police scanners when it’s available for free.



As I mentioned above there are some site out there that are charging people to listen to scanners when it is available for free. One o f the best service that I know of that allow you to listen to police traffic for free is radio reference. At Radio Reference you can simply scroll down to your desired state, and then select the city of the department you want to listen in on. The scanners are clear as day without any interruption and static.

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If you want to familiarize yourself with codes that police officers use to talk with one another on the radio, make sure to review 10 codes below..

Following is a list of police ten codes:

  • 10-1 poor reception
  • 10-2 good reception
  • 10-3 stop transmitting
  • 10-4 message received, affirmative, ok
  • 10-5 relay this information to ___.
  • 10-6 busy
  • 10-7 out of service
  • 10-8 in service
  • 10-9 please repeat your message
  • 10-10 negative
  • 10-12 standby
  • 10-13 civilians present and listening
  • 10-15 en route to station with suspect
  • 10-18 urgent
  • 10-19 return to station
  • 10-20 specify location/my location is ___.
  • 10-21 place a phone call to ___.
  • 10-22 disregard
  • 10-23 stand by on this frequency (also “On scene” in some areas)
  • 10-27 vehicle registration request
  • 10-28 arrests / warrants on driver’s license
  • 10-29 arrests / warrants on the vehicle
  • 10-32 gun
  • 10-33 emergency traffic follows, hold routine messages
  • 10-34 frequency open (cancels 10-33)
  • 10-36 what is the correct time of day?
  • 10-39 false alarm, premises was occupied
  • 10-40 false alarm, no activity, premises appears secure
  • 10-41 begin watch
  • 10-42 end watch
  • 10-45 fueling vehicle
  • 10-49 en route to assignment
  • 10-50 accident
  • 10-51 tow truck needed
  • 10-52 ambulance needed
  • 10-53 road blocked at ___.
  • 10-54 animals on highway
  • 10-55 security check
  • 10-57 hit-and-run accident
  • 10-58 direct traffic
  • 10-59 escort
  • 10-60 squad in vicinity, lock-out
  • 10-61 personnel in area
  • 10-62 reply to message
  • 10-63 clear to copy info?
  • 10-64 message for delivery
  • 10-65 net message assignment
  • 10-66 net message cancellation
  • 10-67 person calling for help
  • 10-68 dispatch message
  • 10-69 message received
  • 10-70 prowler, fire alarm
  • 10-71 gun involved, advise nature of fire
  • 10-72 shooting, fire progress report
  • 10-73 smoke report
  • 10-74 negative
  • 10-75 in contact with ___.
  • 10-76 en route
  • 10-77 ETA ___.
  • 10-78 need assistance
  • 10-79 bomb threat, coroner’s case
  • 10-80 bomb has exploded
  • 10-81 breathalyzer report
  • 10-82 reserve lodging
  • 10-83 work school crossing at ___.
  • 10-84 if meeting ___, advise ETA
  • 10-85 delay due to ___.
  • 10-86 officer on-duty
  • 10-87 pickup
  • 10-88 present phone number of ___.
  • 10-89 bomb threat
  • 10-90 bank alarm at ___.
  • 10-91 pick up prisoner
  • 10-92 improperly parked vehicle
  • 10-93 blockage
  • 10-94 drag racing
  • 10-95 prisoner/subject in custody
  • 10-96 psych patient
  • 10-97 check signal (“On Scene” in CA and other areas)
  • 10-98 prison/jail break
  • 10-99 wanted/stolen record
  • 10-100 dead body
  • 10-200 alarm

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