Icon of program: Ten Codes

Ten Codes for Android

By Pat_BurgessFreeUser Rating

Key Details of Ten Codes

  • Many departments use different codes.
  • Last updated on January 22, 2020
  • There have been 1 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


Enlarged image for Ten Codes

Developer's Description

Many departments use different codes.

Many departments use different codes. This app doesn't know which department you are with or what their codes are. This version of Ten Codes should be consistent with the ten codes and signals published at http://www.patburgess.com/ten_codes.html . Please review these codes before installing on your device. Thanks, Pat Burgess

The goal of Ten Codes is to be useful. If these codes do not match your department. Please send me (pburgess@tctc.com) your department's codes and I will try to make a version of Ten Codes for your department. Please put Ten Codes Request in the subject.

The Ten Codes application is an extremely simple tool. The intended users are the EMS community. It is primarily to enable First Responders to interpret radio communications quickly and easily. It interprets ten codes i.e. 10-4 (ACKNOWLEDGEMENT), 10-20 (LOCATION), as well as signal codes used by law enforcement into common language.

The Ten Codes application is self contained. Once installed, it will work independent of WiFi or phone signal. It does not require any additional permissions.


Explore More