Lincoln public safety

Jim Datzman is correct

Jim Datzman's column in your Sept. 6th paper (page 4, “Public safety services in Lincoln. Is this an accident waiting to happen?”) was exactly right.  I would ...

Public safety services in Lincoln

Is there a problem with the current level of public safety services in the city of Lincoln?  As a retired police chief from a Bay Area suburban community, I can tell you that ...

Lincoln public safety update

  Each month for the last two years, a Lincoln City Council member has shared their thoughts about goings on in our community. Public safety being a top priority for all of ...

Keeping safe

Lincoln Police Chief Doug Lee and Lincoln-Rocklin Fire Chief Bill Hack presented many ways to protect us. Thank you, Neighborhood Watch, for the annual Spring Safety and Security ...

Our View

Many residents are shocked and enraged that an 83-year-old woman was assaulted and carjacked in broad daylight at a busy shopping center. The carjacking (see today’s front p ...

Safe in Lincoln? Or safer in Auburn?

Is Lincoln or Auburn one of the safest cities in California? Judging from websites that compile statistics and rank communities on their level of public safety, Auburn has some se ...

City officials should support police and fire department chiefs

Jim Datzman's column (Page A5, June 23), "Who runs the Lincoln Police Department?" punctuated an ongoing problem with Lincoln's finances: Our police and ...