|Jason Malloy, Chief of Police||541.574.3348|
|Community Service Officers||541.265.4847|
|Tip Hotline (ability to leave voice message only - not monitored 24/7)||541.574.5455|
|Text-A-Tip (not monitored 24/7)||541.270.1856|
|Lincoln County Jail|
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Frequently Asked Questions
|How do I register my home security camera with you?|
|How do I get a copy of a police report?|
|Will you run a background check for me?|
|How do I know if someone is in jail?|
|How do I get my car out of impound?|
|Do I have a warrant?|
|How do I report an abandoned vehicle?|
|May I get a patch from your Department?|
|Do you have a ride-along program?|
|Do you have a reserve program?|
|How may I become a Police Volunteer?|
|How do I dispute a traffic or parking citation?|
|How may I contact a Patrol Officer?|
|How do I get a Concealed Handgun License?|
|How do I get my fingerprints taken?|
|What is the Police Advisory Committee?|
|May I build a fire on the beach?|
|New resident welcoming information packet|
Forms and Documents
|Records Request Form|
|Ride-Along Application — Ride-Along Details|
|Taxi Driver Permit Application|
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST)
The Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) serves two important roles in our state’s criminal justice system. The first, establishing minimum state standards for training and certification of more than 41,000 public and private safety professionals. The second, providing a comprehensive basic training program for all newly hired law enforcement professionals, and supporting professional development by offering advanced and leadership training opportunities.
DPSST will hold three virtual sessions later this month specifically for local community leaders. One session will address Oregon’s criminal justice professional standards system. Another will focus specifically on police use of force training in Oregon. Another will address the basic police training program offered at DPSST to all newly hired city, county, state, tribal, and university law enforcement professionals. Participants will have the ability to ask questions of DPSST staff during each of these sessions.
Below please find information on each of these sessions and we invite you to participate. Each session will be recorded so that it is available for review by those unable to attend.
Date and Time: 6/29/20 at 10:00 a.m.
Event Link: DPSST Professional Standards - Register here
Date and Time: 6/25/20 at 9:00 am.
Event Link: DPSST Basic Police Training - Register
Date and Time: 6/22/20 at 11:00 a.m.
Event Link: DPSST Basic Police Use of Force Training Presentation - Register