Government Calls for End to Police Codes

For decades, police across the country have used numerical codes to communicate with one another. Now a subdivision of the Federal Emergency Management Agency is calling for clearer, more easily understood language.

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John Kazlauskas, chief of police in Owensboro, Ky.

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