Kearney/Buffalo County Scanner

  • 10-1: Unable To Copy
    • J1: Signal Breaking Up
    • J2: Signal Weak
    • J3: Signal Noisy
  • 10-2: Signal Good
  • 10-3: Stop Transmitting
  • 10-4: Message Received
  • 10-5: Relay
  • 10-6: Busy Stand By
  • 10-7: Out of Service
  • 10-8: In Service
  • 10-9: Repeat
  • 10-10: On Minor Detail, Subject To Call
  • 10-11: Talking Too Fast
  • 10-12: Visitors Or Officials Present OR Unit Referring to Subject
  • 10-13: Weather and Road Conditions
  • 10-14: Convoy Or Escort
  • 10-15: Have Prisoner In Custody
  • 10-16: Pick Up Prisoner At ____
  • 10-17: Pick Up Papers At _____
  • 10-18: Urgent- Rush Present Detail
  • 10-19: Return To Your Station
  • 10-20: Location
  • 10-21: Call This Station by Phone
  • 10-22: Disregard Last Information
  • 10-23: Having Interference
  • 10-24: Trouble At Station, Help Needed
  • 10-25: Do You Have Contact With ___?
  • 10-26: Holding Subject, Rush Reply
  • 10-27: Any Answer Our Number___?
  • 10-28: Full Registration Information
  • 10-29: Check Records For Wanted
  • 10-30: Does Not Conform to Rules
  • 10-31: Is Lie Detector Available?
  • 10-33: Emergency Traffic This Station
  • 10-34: Disturbance __ (location)
  • 10-35: Confidential Information---Have Hit NIC/NIS (can you copy?)
  • 10-36: Correct Time
  • 10-37: Operator Or Officer On Duty
  • 10-38: Potentially Dangerous Offender
  • 10-39: Registration Information W/VIN
  • 10-40: Drug Violation (location)
  • 10-41: Beginning Tour of Duty
  • 10-42: Officer Number __ At This Home
  • 10-43: Return To This Station
  • 10-44: Accident (place) Property Damage (if hit & run, state)
  • 10-45: Accident (place) Personal injury (if hit & run, state)
  • 10-46: Dispatch Wrecker
  • 10-47: Driving While Intoxicated
  • 10-48: Speeder
  • 10-49: Cover Traffic At ____
  • 10-50: Use Caution
  • 10-51: School Bus Inspection At ___ (location)
  • 10-52: Out Of Unit---Vehicle Check At (location)
  • 10-53: Phone (location) Near ___ Contact ___
  • 10-54: Meet ___ At (location, time)
  • 10-55: Dispatch Ambulance
  • 10-56: Dispatch Fire Department
  • 10-57: Work Aircraft
  • 10-58: Advise Operator's License Number, Date Issued (name, birthdate, address)
  • 10-59: Attention All Units
  • 10-60: Check Suspension Of Operator's License
  • 10-61: Officer Number ___ Taking Sick Leave Date
  • 10-62: Motorist Assist At ___?
  • 10-63: Out Of Unit--Serving Warrant At ____
  • 10-65: Probable Death J1 Accident J2 Suicide J3 Felonious Possibility
  • 10-66: Equipment ___ In Unit, Keys Available
  • 10-70: Message For You
  • 10-71: Burglar Alarm Activated At__
  • 10-72: Place Road Block At ___
  • 10-73: Pedestrian (drunk)
  • 10-74: Watch For
  • 10-75: Stolen Motor Vehicle
  • 10-76: Ending Tour Of Duty
  • 10-77: No Contact With ____
  • 10-78: For Your Information
  • 10-79: Use Emergency Frequency
  • 10-80: Bomb Threat At ___ (location)
  • 10-81: Stand By On 30 Minute Alert Until (date) Or Further Notice
  • 10-82: Traffic Stop
  • 10-83: Have Officer Number ___ Call ___ Or Contact ___ OR Firearm-Related Call
  • 10-84: Advise Phone Number ___ Your City That Officer Number ___ Will Not Arrive Until (time)
  • 10-85: Message For Delivery By Mobile Unit
  • 10-86: Obtain Fuel Commercially Unless Emergency
  • 10-87: Pay Checks Out
  • 10-88: Advise Present Phone Number Of ___ For Station To Station Call Being Made By ___ From
  • 10-89: Request Assistance
  • 10-90: Tower Lights Burning Properly
    • J1: Out All Levels
    • J2: Out Top Level
    • J3: Out Middle Level
  • 10-94: Give Test Without Voice
  • 10-95: Give Test With Voice
  • 10-97: Arrived At Scene
  • 10-98: Finished With Last Assignment
  • 10-99: Unable To Receive Your Signal

About

The Scanner page contains a live (within a minute or so) audio stream of the local public safety radio channels around the Kearney/Buffalo County Nebraska region. Along the sidebar, there is a list of the standard 10-codes used by the Nebraska State Patrol.

The scanner streaming setup consists of a BaoFeng BF-F8HP programmed with the local public safety frequencies in the 2m and 70cm band. The audio out jack on the radio is connected to the aux input jack on a laptop which is running a utility called "butt" (I know) which stands for "Broadcast Using This Tool". This streams the audio feed to an Icecast instance running on my public facing server, which in turn broadcasts it to the internet.

Disclaimer: the scanner page will remain up until it is no longer feasible. If it becomes an issue, or I am asked to take it down, I will. Additionally, the state of Nebraska is in the process of moving to an encrypted P25 trunk system, after which point the scanner will be useless.