Lincoln, Alabama

Lincoln is a city in central Alabama, in Talladega County, and it is home to 6,266 residents. Talladega is the County Seat of Talladega County. Carroll “Lew” Watson is the mayor of Lincoln, and City Hall is located on Magnolia Street.

City of Lincoln
City Hall
150 Magnolia St.
Lincoln, Al. 35096

City of Lincoln Facebook Page

In the year 2016, there were 2 reported murders, 5 reported rapes, and 5 reported robberies in Lincoln. There were also 34 reported assaults, 87 reported burglaries, 212 reported thefts, and 26 reported auto thefts. This gave Lincoln a crime index of 500.8, far above the United States crime index of 267.8. As of April 2018, there were 24 registered sex offenders living in Lincoln.

Lincoln, Alabama – Police Station and Crime Statistics

In 2016, there were 371 reported crimes in Lincoln, which gives the city a crime rate of 5,639 per 100,000 persons. This is significantly higher than both the Alabama state crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Thefts and property crimes are the most common crimes in Lincoln.

The Lincoln Police Department is located on Complex Drive, and the Chief of Police is Darren Britton. The police department employs 17 other police officers.

Lincoln Police Department
69 Complex Drive
Lincoln, AL 35096

Lincoln Police Department Facebook Page

The larger police department in the area is the Talladega County Sheriff’s Office, which is located in Talladega, and the sheriff is Jimmy Kilgore. Divisions within the sheriff’s office include administration, the county jail, school resource officers, patrol, investigations, drug task force, and court security. The Talladega County Jail is also located in Talladega, and the Jail Administrator is Captain Shea Brown. The jail houses over 200 inmates daily.

Talladega County Sheriff’s Office
148 East St N
Talladega, AL 35161

Talladega County Jail
150 East Renfroe Road
Talladega, AL 35161

The Talladega County’s Most Wanted List can be viewed online.

Lincoln, Alabama – Open Records Requests

Open Records Requests must be made through the City Clerk, Laura S. Carmack. It’s the City Clerk’s responsibility to ensure that elections run smoothly and that accurate records are kept.

Laura S. Carmack, City Clerk
150 Magnolia St.
Lincoln, Al. 35096