911 Calls / Crime Mapping

Public Mapping

The Public Crime Mapping application allows users to quickly and efficiently view up-to-date and historical crime incidents. The application allows for great filtering and customization to enhance the user experience and the ease of gathering crime data. The Public Crime Mapping application will greatly enhance the understanding of the users public safety and situational awareness.

Launch Crime Map

911 Calls for Service

The “911 Calls for Service” dashboard application creates a semi-live map of Lincoln County and all of the corresponding law enforcement 911 calls for service throughout the county. The application will allow users to quickly view what is happening in our county and will enhance their situational awareness. The data is updated every 15 minutes, and will only display “cleared” calls (calls that have been adjudicated).

The 911 Calls for Service dashboard application will soon be updated to allow users to submit anonymous tips within the portal.

Launch Police Activity Map

Code 23 (Overdose) Heat Map

The “Code 23 (Overdose) Heat Map” displays 5.5 years’ worth of 911 calls that are specifically related to overdose incidents.  These calls, and their locations, have been mapped and displayed as a heat map.  A heat map is basically a graphical representation of data (overdose calls in this case) that uses color-coding to represent high and low concentrations of activity in a geographical area.  Heat maps are effective because they immediately provide a visual summary of the data reviewed.

Launch Overdose Heat Map

Historical Police Activity

Coming Soon


GIS Conditions and Use Policy

The GIS data offered within the Lincoln County crime mapping portal is provided as a service to the citizens of Lincoln County, Missouri and to the general public. Unauthorized attempts to upload or change information on this website is prohibited.
Data on this system is public information and is generally available to copy or distribute. The data found on the website utilizes the best available information at the time of publication. Occasionally, after dissemination of reports, incidents, data or other factors may change. This aspect of data and crime analysis may cause slight discrepancies in historical or future reports. In all cases, the more recent data is the more correct data. Information and/or images which may not be copied without permission include images contained on the County of Lincoln website, logos and third party applications.

DISCLAIMER: The crime data and incidents included in the Lincoln County (LC) Public Crime Map are preliminary General Incident Reports. The data is extracted from the Lincoln County Records Management System. The data is grouped into the Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) classifications. The data is automatically updated weekly from the Record Management System.

In accordance with federal, state and local regulation, Lincoln County has taken the necessary measures to protect the privacy of individuals involved in the reported incidents. No personal information associated with any of the parties involved in the incidents will be released through this Public Crime Map or any Lincoln County public product.

It is the responsibility of the user of this information to verify independently its accuracy and completeness through appropriate channels at the corresponding and appropriate law enforcement agency. The reported crime data is intended to provide the user with information regarding public safety and awareness. All locations data must be considered as an approximate location of the occurrence and users are advised not to interpret any of these locations as related to a specific address or individual. The data provided to the corresponding law enforcement agency by the reporting parties is preliminary and may not have been fully verified. Please contact the appropriate agency for further details, and please refer to the report number.

It is my pleasure to present the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Five-Year Strategic Plan. Its purpose is to help the organization do a better job and get everyone working together to achieve our goals. This plan will serve as a roadmap for moving from where we are today to where we would like to be in the future. It will help keep the organization on track, and responsive to change while remaining faithful to its mission, vision, and core values.

To continue reading please click on the below link…

Lincoln County Sheriff Five Year Plan