QUEENSLAND POLICE RADIO CODES
IN BRISBANE DURING WW2

 

The Inspector of Police in Queensland introduced an additional Wireless Speech Code (D.3.) for U.S.A. and Australian Military Police use only in conjunction with the Police Wireless Station V.K.R.

QUEENSLAND POLICE RADIO SYSTEM

SPEECH CODE D.3.

SIGNAL NO.    DIRECTIONS
Signal A1.        Intoxicated Australian Soldier at .........
Signal A2.        Intoxicated U.S. Soldier at .........
Signal A3.        Brawl involving Australian Soldiers at .........
Signal A4.        Brawl involving U.S. Soldiers at .........
Signal A5.        Brawl involving Australian and U.S. Soldiers at ........
Signal A6.        Return to Ann Street Depot
Signal A7.        Return to M.P. Station South Brisbane ........
Signal A8.        All Australian M.P. Patrols proceed to ........
Signal A9.        All U.S. M.P. Patrols proceed to ........
Signal A10.      All Military Police Patrols proceed to ........
Signal A11.      Australian Army vehicle stolen from ........
Signal A12.      U.S. Army vehicle stolen from ........
Signal A13.      Accident involving Australian Army vehicle at ........
Signal A14.      Accident involving U.S. Army vehicle at ........
Signal A15.      Accident involving Australian and U.S. Army vehicles at ........
Signal A16.      A.W.L. Australian soldier
Signal A17.      A.W.L. U.S. Soldier
Signal A18.      Australian Military escapee
Signal A19.      U.S. Military escapee
Signal A20.      Telephone Australian M.P. Headquarters
Signal A21.      Telephone U.S. M.P. Headquarters

 

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