|Jason Malloy, Chief of Police
|Community Service Officers
|Tip Hotline (ability to leave voice message only - not monitored 24/7)
|Text-A-Tip (not monitored 24/7)
|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
Teen Safety Scene
Have you set personal boundaries with your friends? Do you know when to say enough is enough? Your cell phone and social media online profiles are actually extensions of who you are. When someone you know makes you feel pressured or disrespects you on your cell phone, or Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, do you know when and how to put a stop to it? We want to provide you with some tools to help you say what is, or is not, okay in your relationships.
When does texting becomes 'textual' harassment? What if someone pressures you into sending or posting pictures of yourself? How do you deal with rumors that seem to spread like wildfire?
Here are some important links provided by thatsnotcool.com, with some answers on dealing with textual harassment, sexting, privacy problems, picture pressure, constant messaging, when talking turns to stalking, cell phone trouble, and rumors.