Report a Crime
Do you know something that can help us solve a crime? The people that know more about Lincoln County is its residents. You may have information that will help the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office solve a crime, save a person’s life, or simply make our county a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Do not use this form to notify us of a current crime. Please call 911 or (405) 258-9933.
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Be On The Lookout For Package Thieves - 11/28/2022
No matter what you’d like to call them: package pilferers, porch pirates, or truck stalkers, we refer to them as one thing: thieves. While we understand that it may be challenging to know the exact time when a package will be delivered to your home or business, there are some things that you can do to protect your valuable items from being stolen.
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James Allen Kilgore II
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About the Lincoln County Sheriff's office
The men and women of the LCSO are committed to enhance the quality of life and lessen the criminal fears of all citizens.
Utilizing the authority and safeguards of the Constitution of the United States and the freedoms cited in the Bill of Rights as well as the laws and statutes of the State of Oklahoma, we, the members of the LCSO, will work cooperatively with all segments of the general public and government to provide a safe environment and preserve the peace.
This partnership is drawn on the premise that our product be one of service to all citizens with special focus toward solving real and perceived problems within the community. Our remedies and resources shall be from all levels of government working to accomplish our desired goals. Thus, as a department of, and on behalf of the people of Lincoln County, we obligate ourselves toward becoming a catalyst for positive interaction between all services and functions of the County.