URGENT TRAVEL ADVISORY

Roadway conditions in and around the Lincoln Parish area are dangerous. If one does have an absolute need to travel today, please remain off of the roadway(s). Patches of ice are present in sporadic locations on both primary and secondary roadways. Both the school system and the Court systems have shut down for the day.

Out of an abundance of caution, Sheriff Stone is urging persons to stay at home, if possible, and to not drive unless absolutely necessary. The State of Louisiana’s DOTD website is attempting to keep roadway conditions current, but keep in mind, conditions are ever changing. Again, to error on the side of safety, please stay off of the roadway unless it is imperative that you travel.

MAJ Stephen Williams
Criminal Division Commander – PIO
318.251.5111 Office
318.251.6478 Fax

About the Role of a Sheriff

LINCOLN PARISH SHERIFF MIKE STONE

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

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Reduce Crime

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For More Information:

Deputy Eldred Hardison @ 318-251-6450 or 318-278-2018

Deputy Steve Quinnelly @ 318-251-6449 or 318-245-0573

How Are You?

The Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Department has initiated a program designed to assist in helping care for senior citizens in Lincoln Parish.

First Call

FirstCall is a service for Lincoln Parish residents that gives public safety officials multiple ways to get the word to you whenever an emergency situation arises.
Crime Stoppers

Ruston/Lincoln Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

Submit a Tip

Submit as much information as you can. It is optional to give information about yourself, but it may help us if you do.

Missing Children

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® opened in 1984 to serve as the nation’s clearinghouse on issues related to missing and sexually exploited children.

Sex Offender Search

Children are particularly vulnerable to sex offenders. Open communication between parents and children is vital to family safety. If a picture is available from the local law enforcement’s website, show it to your family.

Detention Center Vegetable Sale

Fresh Vegetables Now Available!

Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm

Home Security Check

Citizens in unincorporated areas of Lincoln Parish can request the Sheriff’s Office to check their residence while they are away or on vacation.

Victim Assistance

There is help for the victims of crime. In Lincoln Parish, victims of violent crime and elderly victims of crime may be compensated for their losses.

Sheriff’s Facebook Page

On behalf of myself, my family, and the Lincoln Parish Sheriff's Office employees I want to thank you, the citizens of this great Parish for your confidence and support . We are unopposed in the upcoming election and I want you, the citizens of Lincoln Parish, to understand that we do not take that for granted. We pledge to you , with God as our foundation, to make every effort to serve you in a professional , courteous and prudent manner. Please continue to pray for our Office and the men and women who have chosen to be of service. God bless you, and please let us know if we can ever be of assistance to you or your family.