Dallas officers drop code, start using plain talk


By Eric Aasen
Dallas Morning News

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DALLAS — Catch a cop show over the past several decades and these strings of numbers barked over police radios might sound familiar:

"1-Adam-12, a 4-15 fight." ..."We have a 9-11. Armed robbery in progress."

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