Lincoln County A Finalist For Ambubus Mass Casualty Transport

Lincoln County was 1 of 25 finalists to be nominated across the country for an AmbuBus Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit from First Line Technology, a value of $35,000!

The public decides who the worthy organization is by voting on Facebook. Voting begins today September 3 on Facebook at and ends on September 20. You only get to vote once so make it county by nominating Lincoln County. The agency with the most votes wins the giveaway.

Having the resource of an AmbuBus Bus Stretcher Conversion Kit would greatly impact in the transporting of multiple patients during a mass casualty. Lincoln County only has one hospital which will experience a surge with any major disaster and will require an AmbuBus Stretcher Conversion Kit.

The Lincoln County Health Department Emergency Planner, Emma Epplin, works to identify public health issues within the County especially related to county wide emergency planning. The nomination placed Lincoln County Health Department as one of the top 25 organizations worthy of the AmbuBus Stretcher Conversion Kit for all first responder agencies to utilize.

Cooperating agencies include county municipal police departments, the Sheriff’s Office, fire districts, Emergency Management Agency, and Emergency Medical Services is essential to the planning and mitigating hazards.

Please nominate Lincoln County in receiving this equipment, starting September 3 at!

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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.

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Lincoln County Sheriff Five Year Plan