Divisions and Units

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Chief of Police

The Chief of Police is responsible for overseeing the entire operation of the Lincoln Police Department, including all units and department functions. While there are numerous delegates that assist the Chief of Police, the position is ultimately responsible in ensuring that the department is providing appropriate services to the community.

Contact: Chief of Police Doug Lee
Email: doug.lee@lincolnca.gov

Secretary to the Chief of Police: Renee Maldonado
Email: renee.maldonado@lincolnca.gov

 

Operations Division

Patrol

Patrol is the largest unit of the department. Patrol consists of uniformed police officers in marked police units who respond to calls for service, enforce the laws and arrest and/or cite violators, and proactively patrol the city.

Contact: Chief of Police Doug Lee
Emaildoug.lee@lincolnca.gov

Investigations

The Investigation unit is responsible for investigatory followup on crimes that have been reported.. The unit regularly investigates violent crimes, financial crimes, thefts, and other crimes. They also conduct special operations and undercover investigations as needed.

Contact: Sergeant Matt Alves
Email: malves@lincolnca.gov

Communications

Communications is responsible for taking telephone calls from citizens needing police or medical assistance and for directing police, fire, and ambulance to those calls. They handle a large volume of telephone calls, while at the same time communicating with other police and fire units.

Support Division​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Records

The Records unit coordinates the retention and distribution of police reports, including California Public Records Act requests. They are also charged with ensuring the appropriate flow of information within the department.

Contact: Laurel Clark
Email: laurel.clark@lincolnca.gov

Citizen Volunteers​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Citizens on Patrol, or "COP"s act as additional eyes and ears for public safety, serve as goodwill ambassadors for the Police Department and the City, and support the operations and administration functions of the Police Department.

Contact: Volunteer Coordinator Jeff Morse
Email: jeff.morse@lincolnca.gov

Animal Control

The Animal Control unit works to ensure the safety of citizens and pets while enforcing animal related laws. The City of Lincoln currently contracts with Placer County Animal Services for its animal control service.

Contact: Chief of Police Doug Lee
Email: doug.lee@lincolnca.gov

Property and Evidence

The Property and Evidence unit is responsible for the storage and processing of physical evidence. Some of their duties include preparing evidence for court, disposal of evidence, and the return of property to its owner.

Contact:
Community Services Officer Paul Tyler

Email: paul.tyler@lincolnca.gov