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10-3 OFFICER IN TROUBLE

10-4 AUTO ACCIDENT (PROPERTY DAMAGE)

10-4A AUTO ACCIDENT (HIT/SKIP, PROPERTY DAMAGE)

10-5 AUTO ACCIDENT (INJURY)

10-5A AUTO ACCIDENT (INJURY HIT/SKIP)

10-6 TRAFFIC VIOLATOR

10-6A VEHICLE OBSTRUCTING

10-6B PARKING VIOLATION

10-7 BURGLARY REPORT

10-7A BUILDING OPEN

10-8 BREAKING AND ENTERING IN PROGRESS

10-8A BREAKING AND ENTERING ALARM

10-9 BAD CHECKS (IN PROGRESS)

10-10 BOMB THREAT

10-11 CHECK FOR STOLEN

10-12 CHECK FOR REGISTRATION/OPERATORS’

LICENSE INFORMATION

10-13 CHECK FOR TICKETS

10-14 CUTTING OR STABBING

10-15 CALL HOME

10-16 DISTURBANCE

10-16A INFORMATION/ASSISTANCE REQUESTED

10-16B DISTURBANCE/MENTAL

10-16C LOUD MUSIC

10-16F FIREWORKS COMPLAINT

10-17 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

10-17A DOMESTIC DISPUTE

10-17B DOMESTIC/STAND BY FOR CLOTHES

10-18 D.O.A.

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10-19 INTOXICATED PERSON

10-20 DROWNING

10-22 ANIMAL COMPLAINT

10-23 ERRAND

10-23A ESCORT

10-23B EMERGENCY LOCKOUT

10-24 EMERGENCY SQUAD

10-24A INFECIOUS/CONTAGIOUS DISEASE

10-25 FIRE

10-25A TRASH FIRE

10-26 FIGHT

10-27 ASSAULT OR HOSPITAL REPORT

10-27A TELEPHONE HARRASSMENT

10-28 HOMICIDE

10-29 JUVENILE COMPLAINT

10-30 LARCENY IN PROGRESS

10-30A LARCENY REPORT

10-30B SHOPLIFTING

10-31 MISSING PERSON

10-31A MISSING PERSON RETURNED

10-32 MESSAGE

10-33 PERSON WITH A GUN

10-33A PERSON WITH A KNIFE

10-34 UNKNOWN COMPLAINT

10-34A UNKNOWN CALL (PANIC ALARM)

10-34B 911 HANGUP CALL

10-35 D.U.I.COMPLAINT

10-36 OBSTRUCTION IN THE STREET

10-37 OFFICIAL OR VISITOR

10-38 PROPERTY DESTRUCTION IN PROGRESS

10-38A PROPERTY DESTRUCTION REPORT

10-39 PROWLER

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10-40 RECOVERED PROPERTY

10-41 ROBBERY JUST OCCURRED

10-41A ROBBERY REPORT

10-42 ROBBERY IN PROGRESS

10-42A ROBBERY ALARM

10-43 SHOOTING

10-43A SHOTS FIRED

10-43B SHOTS FIRED/HUNTERS

10-44 SEX CRIME IN PROGRESS

10-44A SEX CRIME REPORT

10-44B INDECENT EXPOSURE

10-45 STOLEN VEHICLE

10-45A STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERED

10-46 STRANDED MOTORIST

10-47 SUICIDE

10-47A SUICIDE ATTEMPT

10-48 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE

10-48A SUSPICIOUS PERSON

10-49 VICE COMPLAINT

10-49A NARCOTICS COMPLAINT

10-50 WANTED PERSON

10-50A WANTED FELON

10-50B FELON REGISTRANT (NOT WANTED)

10-51 PRISONER TRANSPORT

10-52 WRECKER RUN

10-54 WORK TRAFFIC

10-55 HOUSE WATCH

10-55A PARK, WALK AND TALK

10-56 REQUEST FOR NUMBER

10-57 REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE (BACKUP)

10-58 GUARD DUTY

10-60 EMERGENCYRUN-RED LIGHT & SIREN

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TBW’s Commonly Used Terms

Subdivisions

  • PPe - Park Place Subdivision located to the east of Hines Road
  • PPWn - Park Place West Subdivision north of Fallow Trail off of Hines Road
  • PPWs - Park Place West Subdivision south of Fallow Trail off of Hines Road
  • BWL - Brentwood Lake Apartments
  • TG - Turnberry Green Subdivision located to the east of Hines Road and south of Park Place Subdivision

Suspect Descriptions:

  • W/M - White Male
  • W/F - White Female
  • B/F - Black Female
  • B/M - Black Male
  • H/F - Hispanic Female
  • H/M - Hispanic Male

Crimes:

  • Burglary (also called breaking and entering and sometimes housebreaking) -Is a crime of which entry is made into a building for the purposes of committing an offense. Usually that offense will be theft

  • Aggravated Burglary - When a burglar enters a location and, at the time of offense, has with him a firearm, imitation firearm, weapon of offence, or any explosive

  • Robbery - Personally taking the property of another, with the intent to permanently deprive the person of that property, by means of force or fear

  • Strong Arm Robbery/Mugging - A robbing by force or threat of force.
  • Armed Robbery - A robbing by the use of a weapon, usually a gun or knife.
  • Aggravated Robbery - A robbery involving use of a deadly weapon or something that appears to be a deadly weapon
  • Carjacking - The act of stealing a car from a victim by force
  • Phishing - Phishing is a type of email scam that hackers use to get customers to divulge their account numbers, login IDs, passwords, and other privileged information. They send mass emails to a large number of people hoping to lure those who are actual customers of that organization to click a link to a fraudulent website that looks like that organization's website and enter their account and/or personal information.

Additional Terms Used:

  • CPD - Columbus Police Department
  • FI - Field Interview
  • OAG - Ohio Attorney General
  • Priority Run - A run in which there is a crime in progress, a crime as just occurred, or there is a threat to someone's health/life.  Click here to Learn More About Priority Runs, what they cover, and when they apply.

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