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When you call the cops, what does dispatch say?

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On 7/7/2017 at 4:44 PM, Smitty_Voorhees said:

Can anyone make out what dispatch says after you call the cops? I keep hearing "aroma therapy."

But I don't think that's it.

"10-4 Study-7"

 

They also say what i think sounds like "copy, on the road, ready on error case"

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Lol I have a friend that works dispatch for the local PD. She can't even make it out so I wouldn't breathe too much into it. 

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Dispatch Copy on the road ERP? 

Officer 👮  : 10/4 , 97 or 87.

ERP stands for Emergency Response Plan

Police code 97 - Officer on the scene.

Police code 87 - means meet officer.

This is the only thing that make sense to me..... I am also leaning more to the officer saying 87 confirming to dispatch he understands the ERP.....meeting him on the road.

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I gave up trying to decipher it.

I just picture them saying things they most likely aren't saying, but sound better in my mind.

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12 hours ago, DontZzz34 said:

Copy on the...... ????????..... 10 4 77. I lost them after they say “copy on the” 

can @mattshotcha tell us what they say

That would be great if Matt could But Randy Greenback said a few years ago it unfortunately was not a tracked line in the script........so I think we will always be wondering.

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4 hours ago, Redcat345 said:

Its Copy on the road there Pete, 10-4, 37. Someone clarified this a long time ago, i forget who.

 

Sounds more of 10-4, 97 to me o.0

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On 6/9/2020 at 2:48 AM, AngryFeminist said:

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On 7/7/2017 at 7:35 PM, I ❤️ A.J. said:

I always thought it was just, "copy on the road."

"10-4, 97."

10-4 is universal radio code for "understood," and the 97 could mean anything, but it's probably a unit number. 

It's 10-4, 37. Not 97. Before that they do say "Copy on the road."

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4 hours ago, Jason Lover said:

It's 10-4, 37. Not 97. Before that they do say "Copy on the road."

Agreed. 37 is what I hear, and have always heard. I don't hear a long /ī/ syllable anywhere in that jargon.

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On 8/13/2020 at 9:21 AM, AssistReportingParty said:

"Copy on the road, ARP (Assist Reporting Party). 10-4 (Acknowledged). 97 (Arrived at scene)."

This.

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