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1 Lincoln Police Department Monthly Report December 8 Report Summary 9 Pekin St. Lincoln, IL 6656 P: F: lincolnil.gov/police Overall property crimes were lower this month over last year at this time. Lincoln Police responded to, incidents for the month and 95 case reports were written for the month. There were 5 crashes the Lincoln Police Department responded to for the month. Of the 6 arrests for the month officers arrested several for driving while suspended and domestic battery arrests. Detectives continued investigations on 6 cases including participating in CIEG task force operations. DARE Officers began teaching in the local schools as Officer Christy Fruge taught at Northwest School. This year the DARE officers are starting the DARE program with the 5 th grade students as we continue to help the children with making right choices. School Resource Officer Tim Butterfield responded to incidents this month at LCHS and continued to implement school safety programs and procedures to help keep our children safe. Contents PG : News Including fines and vehicle crash information. PG 4-7: Monthly Stats UCR, Arrests, and Tickets. PG 8-9: Division Reports Investigations, DARE, Lincoln K9 and School Resource 8 Overall Summary Narcotics Investigations is the top priority for the police department as per our five year strategic plan. Drugs were highlighted by the community and part of our involvement in the Opioid Task Force. There were 5 felony arrest by our narcotics investigators as we continue to participate in the ISP CIEG task force. Our investigators seized,6.5 grams of Heroin/Fentanyl, 67.5 grams of cocaine, 5 grams of methamphetamine, 6.5 grams of Ecstasy, and 55 grams of cannabis. Of the 5 criminal cases filed by the Logan County State s Attorney office approximately 65 charges were levied against the defendants including 6 class 4 felonies, 5 class felonies, 7 class felonies, 8 class felonies, and 9 class X felonies. The K9 unit has had deployments for the 8 calendar year. On those deployments, they have searched 8 suspected areas, indicated on 9 of those searches, seized 76 items (being alcohol, currency, drugs, drug paraphernalia and firearms) and made arrests. Get Notified! Sign-up to Nixle community notifications by texting 6656 to or visit lincolnil.gov for more information. LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT

2 As we continue to target dealers in our community for opioid sales we are seeing a rise in ICE or crystal methamphetamine and we have stepped up enforcement for 9. Our patrol division wrote 64 citations for driving under the influence which is part of the department strategic plan. Overall for 8 patrol officers responded to,997 incidents of which 6,998 were officer initiated. Officers wrote,5 criminal case reports. There were City Ordinance citations written,,568 written warnings, and,8 traffic citation citations written. Respectfully submitted, Paul Adams Chief of Police LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT

3 NEWS Fines Fines collected, by the Logan County Circuit Clerk, for Lincoln during the month were $4, Total fines collected for 8 was $65,9.45. Fines collected for Parking Tickets for the month was $.. The total amount of fines collected for the calendar year of 8 was $9.. Vehicle Crashes There were 5 crashes the Lincoln Police Department responded to for the month of December. For the calendar year of 8, there was a total of 76 crashes investigated. December 8 Accidents by Manner of Collision Type Total Collisions Total Fatal Collisions Total Injury Collisions Total Property Damage Number Injured Angle 7 6 Fixed Object Parked Motor Vehicle 8 8 Rear End 6 6 Pedestrian Sideswipe Opposite Direction Turning 8 7 Sideswipe Same Direction Total 5 4 LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT

4 Number of Offenses MONTHLY STATISTICS Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) UCR is the reporting system that the State of Illinois uses. These statistics are sent to the FBI to be included in the Federal UCR statistics. These statistics include the most major crimes. Although the State of Illinois has many offenses some are grouped together for these stats, for instance battery is included in assaults. UCR Report for December 8 5 UCR Offenses Homicides Forcible Rape 4 Robbery Assault Burglary Theft Vehicle Theft 4 Arson December 8 November 8 December 7 LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT 4

5 Number of Drug Arrests Number of Arrests UCR Arrests December 8 November 8 December Cannabis Controlled Substance Drug Crime Arrests Hypodermic Paraphernalia Meth December 8 November 8 December 7 LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT 5

6 Lincoln Police responded to, incidents for the month of December and 95 case reports were written for the month. Overall for 8 the Lincoln Police responded to,997 incidents of which 6,998 were officer initiated. Officers wrote,5 criminal case reports. Top Reported Offenses Description Amount Driving With Suspended/Revoked Drivers License (Misdemeanor) Warrant In-State Domestic Battery 8 Theft - Under $5 8 Retail Theft: Takes Possession Of Property 6 Battery 4 Criminal Damage to Property <$ Domestic Battery / Bodily Harm Driving Under the Influence - Alcohol Driving Under the Influence - BAC.8 or more Top Arrest Charges Description Amount Warrant In-State Driving With Suspended/Revoked Drivers License (Misdemeanor) Domestic Battery 7 Domestic Battery / Bodily Harm 4 Driving Under the Influence - BAC.8 or more 4 Retail Theft: Takes Possession Of Property 4 Criminal Damage to Property <$ Obstructing a Peace Officer Retail Theft Over $ Warrant Arrest Battery Aggravated Battery - Public Place 4 Male Female 6 Adult Juvenile 6 White Black Hispanic Multi-Racial 4 Asian Unknown LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT 6

7 Top Citations Issued Description of Offense Amount Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle 5 Speeding Disobeyed Stop Sign 9 Operate A Vehicle With Expired Registration st and nd 7 Offense Speeding - 5 MPH Or More Over 4 Driving With Suspended/Revoked Drivers License (Misdemeanor) Unlawful Use of Electronic Communication Device on Roadway No Valid Registration st and nd Offense 7 Improper Lane Usage 6 Driving Without Lights When Required 5 Possession of < grams Cannabis 5 Disobeyed Traffic Control Device 4 88 Male 4 Female White Black 76 Multi-Racial Asian Hispanic 4 7 Written Warning Traffic City Ordinance Unknown Cannabis LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT 7

8 DIVISION REPORTS Criminal Investigations Monthly Cases Report Summary for December 8 The detectives of the Criminal Investigation Division of the Lincoln Police Department conducted further investigation on 6 active criminal investigations in the month of December. The types of investigations are listed but due to the sensitivity of those investigations, specific information is not available to for release. (6) Investigations involved sexual offenses. These crimes involved both adults and children with offenses including predatory criminal sexual assault, sexual exploitation of a minor and aggravated criminal sexual assault. (4) Investigations involved crimes against persons. These investigations involved child abuse, aggravated domestic battery, and aggravated battery with a firearm. (5) Investigations were property related offenses. Those involved theft, retail theft, arson and criminal damage to property. () Death Investigation. () Search warrant was executed to further investigations in these cases. Two officers of the Criminal Investigations Division continued to participate in a multi-jurisdictional drug task force, conducting joint investigations with other local, state, and federal agencies. In 5 the average number of cases investigated by the Lincoln Police Criminal Investigation Division was on average,.5 cases per month. In 6 that number rose slightly to 4. per month. In 7 the average number of investigations rose dramatically to 9.4 cases per month, a more than % increase. In 8 the average number of investigations rose again to 9.8 cases per month. The largest majority of cases continue to be either narcotics related or sexual offenses. DARE/Community Policing December rd 4 th : Officer Christy Fruge spent weeks at Northwest School teaching the DARE program to the 5 th grade classes. December th : Lincoln DARE donated $ to the OSF Healthcare Foundation for premature infants in NICU units. The foundation was collecting money in the name of a local child with disabilities. December st : Lincoln DARE donated $ to the Lincoln Railer Baseball Booster Club. LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT 8

9 Lincoln K9 Officer Sullivan and K9 Ace have been an extraordinary benefit for the entire Lincoln Community. The K9 unit has had deployments for the 8 calendar year. On those deployments, they have searched 8 suspected areas, indicated on 9 of those searches, seized 76 items (being alcohol, currency, drugs, drug paraphernalia and firearms) and made arrests. School Resource Officer Butterfield responded to incidents at LCHS for the month of December. The most common offenses were Harassment/Bully issues, class misconduct, general disciplinary offenses with parental contacts, tobacco/e-cig violations, and Social/Emotional issues. Officer Butterfield trained the Open Arms Church with SRP procedures. LINCOLN POLICE DEPARTMENT 9

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