The men and women of the Lincoln Police Department are committed to protecting life, property, and the constitutional guarantee of all citizens. We recognize our responsibility to be fair, just, and to equally protect and serve without regard to race, religion, gender, or culture. With community partnership as our foundation we will strive to enhance the quality of life and create a stronger contract between the police and the community we serve. We will honor the trust placed onto us by holding ourselves to the highest standards of professional and personal conduct and challenge the community with shared responsibility for peace, good order, and law observance.
The Lincoln Police Department is hosting the 20th Annual DARE Golf Outing on June 19, 2015, at the Lincoln Elk's Country Club. Those interested in participating in the golf outing can print and return the following entry form. The Lincoln Police Department holds the golf outing each year to raise funds for D.A.R.E programs for area youth throughout the year.
12:30PM Shotgun Start—11:30AM Registration Start
4 Person Best Ball Scramble
Dinner following in the Dining Hall
Dinner will be served at 5:00pm
Hotdogs and Brats Before at the 10th Hole
Door Prizes and Raffles
Prizes for Long Drive and Putt
Weather is warming up and children on bikes will be out and about. Parents need to go over the rules of the road with their children as bicyclist must obey all the laws that motorist must obey.
Some key points:
-Ride to the right of the roadway
-Stop at the stops signs and check intersections before proceeding
-Don't ride at night without proper lighting and clothing
-Helmets are cool because they save lives
-Motorist should treat bicyclist with all the respect as other motorist
Violations of the law can lead to crashes resulting in serious harm or even death. The Lincoln Police would much rather issue citations to gain compliance than to lose a life.
The Lincoln Police Department would like to warn our citizens of a potential IRS scam. The scam is initiated by a telephone call from the telephone number (202)864-1346. The "IRS Agent" informs the victim that there is a lawsuit against them and they need to contact them as they owe the IRS money and request a credit card or ask the victim to send money via other means.
If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, here’s what you should do:
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The Lincoln Police Department now utilizes Appriss for collecting traffic crash information and submitting to the State of Illinois. Appriss provides BuyCrash.com for those involved with the crash to receive copies of reports.
The Lincoln Police Department reponds to all Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. In doing so we retain the right under Illinois State Law to maintain the privacy of individuals.
Toll-Free 24 Hour Anonymous Hotline
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