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Communication Manual

Sections 1 - 3

Contents:

1 – Preface
2 – Public Safety Radio Network
3.0 – Law Enforcement Communications 
3.1 – Standardized Radio Verbiage  
3.2 – 10 Codes, Look-Up Codes, and Signals 
3.3 – Police Officer in Distress (Signal 13) 
3.4 – Law Enforcement Radio Operations 
3.5 – Law Enforcement Radio Interoperability 
3.6 – Law Enforcement Dispatch  
3.7 – Law Enforcement Incident Types  
3.8 – Active Threat   
3.9 – Traffic-Foot Pursuits  
3.10 – Constable Notification
3.11 – Law Enforcement Unit Designations

 

 

 

Communication Manual

 Section 4

Contents:

4.0 – Fire-EMS Communications 
4.1 – Standardized Radio Verbiage  
4.2 – Fire-EMS Emergency Declaration
4.3 – Fire Radio Operations 
4.4 – EMS Radio Communications  
4.5 – Fire-EMS Radio Interoperability 
4.6 – Fire-EMS Dispatch  
4.7 – Fire Dispatch Procedures 
4.8 – EMS Dispatch Procedures 
4.9 – Fire Incident Types 
4.10 – EMS Incident Types 
4.11 – PSP Fire Marshall Priority Codes
4.12 – Box Alarms  
4.13 – Pennsylvania Turnpike Dispatch 
4.14 – Fire Decon Strike Team 
4.15 – Controlled Burnings  
4.16 – Station 69 Dispatch  
4.17 – Fire Police Dispatch  
4.18 – Hazardous Materials Dispatch 
4.19 – Fire Department Unit Status 
4.20 – House Siren  
4.21 – Fire Designations  
4.22 – EMS Designations  
4.23 – Mass Casualty Incident 
4.24 – Coroner Calls  
4.25 – Air Ambulance  
4.26 – Drills   
4.27 – Fire and EMS Response Plans

Communication Manual

 Section 5

 Contents:

5.0 – Incident Dispatch Team
5.1 – Emergency Conditions 
5.2 – Red Cross Notification
5.3 – Staging Levels 
5.4 – Death, Last Call, and Retirement
5.5 – Advanced Technical Rescue 
5.6 – Non-Emergency Notification
5.8 – York Hospital Disaster Response Team (DRT)
5.9 – Critical Incident Stress Management