Why are police called 12?
In rap music police are called 12.
It's from the radio call 10-12, which means that visitors are present, so be discrete.
Omg I wanted 9+1+1 to equal 12 so bad I was to confused
hey Lisa Vollrath
Looking forward to reading more. Great Answer
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No, the police code 10-12 means to stand by (wait) <personal attack snipped>. The reason behind cops to be called 12 is because a cops job is to take you to take you to trial by 12 of your peers that's the gangsta shit people like.
Interesting question and answer. I thought it was related to that old tv show Adam 12 until I looked it up and found the answer Lisa gave.
I never actually heard police being called 12, but it's cool to know this.
This is new to me. I've always heard (and still do) police referred to as "five-oh," from the show "Hawaii 50." I called them police officers. But since I worked with youngsters often, it's good to know what they are talking about sometimes.
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