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
@MeanStreetsOMA does not provide, or have anything to do with the scanner feeds provided to Broadcastify.com. The Facebook Group Omaha Scanners has more information on the feeds provided to Broadcastify.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).