[quote="johnboy"][quote="Breaking Point"][quote="johnboy"]Not that it has anything to do with trains, but NSW Police do not have "codes",
Yes they do.
They just rarely use them.[/quote]
And what codes do you think they are?
Besides "signal 1" (officer needs urgent help)
News to me after 15 years in the job?
We are about to start "code red" next month state-wide, which only means they are expiditing to a job, but its about to start.
Correct John....well to an extent
Codes...hmm....Well if I called my usual call sign "Greater Metro 10", then that is a code to anyone who actually works in the job or knows anything about the job. That is the same as if (for example) I called "Harbourside 200" (Highway Patrol), 'Dog 28' (Dog Squad), 'Delta 35' (Vickings...usually), or 'Hume 36' (General duties).....the list goes on.
But what would I know....I only worked in VKG (Communications) for 1 year when I was 18-19 years olf, and have now been an os_car_fer of law for 9 years.
What does SCO mean exavtly??? Desk jocky! I SOLUTE YOU!!