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First Responders - End of Watch

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The End of Watch (Last Call) is a ceremony observed by many first responder agencies (in the United States and Canada) after the death of a member, generally when the death occurred in the line of duty. The radio call is initiated by a dispatcher or senior officer who issues several calls to the fallen, followed by silence, then a call of either 10-7 (Out of Service) or 10-42 (Ending Tour of Duty) depending on the agency, and may also contain a memoriam type message.

For examples of these calls, see:





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