Omaha Police and Fire / Rescue scanners can be followed on Broadcastify.com and various smartphone scanner apps.
- Omaha Police on Broadcastify.com
- Omaha Fire/Rescue on Broadcastify.com
- 5-0 Radio iPhone App
- Omaha Regional Interoperability Network (ORION) info from RadioReference.com
10-Codes and Lingo
- Omaha Police Service Status 10-Codes
- Omaha Police Radio Call Signs
- DCSO & Local PD Call Signs, 10 Codes, & Patrol Districts
- Omaha Fire Department Medic Victim Transportation Codes
- Volunteer Fire Department Call-sign Meanings
Omaha Police Precincts and Fire Stations
OPD Scanner 101
- You are listening to a mix of 5 different conversations at once (4 Omaha Precincts and Douglas County Sheriff) so it’s a mix of what’s going on all over.
- Officers are assigned to districts and generally patrol that area, but usually have to go all over the city due to call volume.
- Officers are either 10-8 (in service, available for calls) or 10-7 (out of service, not available for calls).
- Dispatchers end their conversation with the time, in 24 hour hour format.
- Officers end their conversation by saying “Clear” (instead of 10-4, over and out, etc).