LANCASTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Lancaster County Sheriff, Terry Wagner
The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office is committed to seek and find ways to affirmatively promote and preserve a feeling of security and safety in members of the community.
Statement of Values
- Integrity. We recognize the critical need to maintain high standards of ethical conduct and honesty.
- Enterprise. Industry among employees in delivering services and pursuing goals is encouraged. Self-initiated action and dynamic approaches to problems are especially valued.
- Restraint. We recognize the heavy burden of lawful power granted to us by statute and seek to exercise this power with cautious restraint. We value self-control and trust mutual respect and shared values as the primary means of avoiding impropriety.
- Community Involvement. Active participation of the public greatly enhances our efforts. We believe strongly in maintaining open and personal relationships with citizens.
- Public Service. The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office is a service oriented agency. We strive to serve the public equally and fairly, treating all as valued citizens.
- Professional Development. Human resources are our most valuable asset. We believe in the importance of investing in this resource by providing or encouraging opportunities for professional growth through such means as education, training, and varied job assignments.
The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office is responsible for a full range of law enforcement and court-related duties. The Sheriff's Office is staffed by 99 employees including 74 commissioned deputies. The majority of deputies are assigned to the Patrol Division and respond to emergency and routine calls for service in addition to conducting self-initiated prevention and detection of law violations, investigate criminal activity and traffic accidents, and perform coroner's duties. The rest perform more specialized duties such as major crime investigation, service of civil process, drug offense investigation, D.A.R.E., crime prevention and education, training, court security, and the extradition of prisoners from other states.
Although primarily handling calls for service to the people outside the city of Lincoln, the Sheriff's Office also works cooperatively with the Lincoln Police Department, Nebraska State Patrol, University of Nebraska Police, and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
POLICE & FIRE DEPARTMENTS
For All Emergencies
City of Hickman Non-Emergency Law Enforcement Inquires:
Call the Dispatch Center at 402.441.6500 (24/7)
City Non-Emergency Fire Department Inquires:
Contact Hickman Volunteer Fire Department at 402.792.2815
For Burn Permits Outside the City Limit - (Burning Not Allowed in City Limits)
Fire Department Building at 402.792.2815
Fire Chief Bruce Messenger at 402.610.7271
Asstistant Chief Jeff Smith at 402.792.3402
Assistant Chief Stan Draper at 402.792.2391