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Section 1

Question Answer
10-1receiving poorly
10-2receiving well
10-3Stop transmitting
10-4acknowledgment
10-6Busy:
10-7Out of service
10-8In service
10-9Repeat
10-11Temporarily out of service
10-14convoy/escort
10-18hurry up traffic
10-19return to ______________
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Section 2

Question Answer
10-19Return to _____________
10-20your location?
10-21Call this location
10-22take no further action
10-23escaped prisoner
10-35confidential information
10-38sick person
10-40hostage situation
10-47send ambulance
10-59fight
10-60attempt suicide
10-61suicide
10-64rape
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Section 3

Question Answer
10-64rape
10-65attempted rape
10-72riot
10-80cutting/scrape
10-85disturbance
10-86fire
10-87mental person
10-91dead person
10-94assault
10-97arrived on the scene
10-98assignment completed
10-99bomb threat
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Section 4

Question Answer
10-69
10-70
10-71
10-72
10-73
10-74
10-75
10-78
10-90
10-92
10-93
10-100
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Section 5

 

Question Answer
AAdam
BBaker
CCharlie
DDavid
EEdward
FFrank
GGeorge
HHenry
IIda
JJohn
KKing
LLincoln
MMary
NNora
OOcean
PPaul
QQueen
RRobert
SSam
TTom
UUnion
VVictor
WWilliam
XX-ray
YYoung
Zzebra
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Section 6

 

Question Answer
1Extreme danger or catastrophic circumstances
2Threat to public safety
3Crime in progress
4Crime NOT in progress
5request for information
6tow request (not a traffic hazzard)
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Section 7

 

Question Answer
1bshooting , stabbing, multi-vehicle accident w/ injuries
2btraffic hazard, vehicles racing, fight in progress
3bbreak and enter, theft, mischief
4blost license plate, break and enter yesterday
5bquestions re landlord and tenant issues
6btow request, (not a traffic hazard)
If the call is incompleteonly know the location then an officer(s) may be dispatched to assist
Once location is known, priorities need to be completed forthwith.
Other detailsmay be added as time allows during the call.
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Section 8

 

Question Answer
The OPPPromise
commits toworking to earn the confidence of the citizens of and visitors to Ontario
fulfills this commitment byproviding the best and most professional service
fulfills this commitment 2 by a culture of trust, and open and honest dialogue, with the communities it serves and among employees
also commits tocreating and sustaining a positive working environment in which all employees have equal opportunity to fulfill their potential within the profession
Each O.P.P. employee and volunteerappreciates the vital role he/she plays in protecting the fundamental rights of all people in Ontario
each commits toalways put the interests of the public and the O.P.P.'s Vision and Mission before any personal and private interests
each also commits todemonstrate pride in his/her profession and the O.P.P. through personal conduct that reflects a belief in O.P.P. values and ethics.
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Section 9

 

Question Answer
oshweagenOhsweken
unkonshusunconscious
rottwilerRottweiler
manoovermanoeuvre
share-ifsheriff
subpeenasubpoena
cam-o-flagecamouflage
cross eyedcross-eyed
oldtimersAlzheimer’s
posessionpossession
counter-fitcounterfeit
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Section 10

 

Question Answer
As an organization, the Ontario Provincial Police (O.P.P.) commits to working continually toearn the confidence of the citizens of and visitors to Ontario —a confidence that will not be taken for granted.
The O.P.P. fulfills this commitment by providing the best and most professional service possible and by striving to build a culture of trust, andopen and honest dialogue,with the communities it serves and among the people it employs.
The organization commits to creating and sustaining a positive working environment in whichall employees have equal opportunity to fulfill their potential within the profession.
Each O.P.P. employee and volunteerappreciates the vital role he/she plays inprotecting the fundamental rights of all people in Ontario.
As such, each commits to always put the interests of the public and the O.P.P.'s Vision and Mission before any personal and private interests, and todemonstrate pride in his/her profession and the O.P.P. through personal conduct that reflects a belief in O.P.P. values and ethics.
memorize