It is the mission of the Lynn Police Department to preserve life, to provide services with integrity and dedication, to enforce the law, and to work in partnership with the community to enhance the quality of life in the Town of Lynn.
After Hours: 205-489-2115
If anyone sees this individual, James Franklin ."Bo" Fell contact the Lynn Police Department at 205-893-5250.
The School Zone is from Vanderford Road to the Basketball Court and the Speed Limit is 15 MPH. During 7:15a-8:30a and 2:15p-3:30p if you are caught speeding in the school zone, the fines will be double, and it is a mandatory court appearance. You have to remember; the children could run out in front of you at any moment. We have to keep our children safe.
School resumes session on August 07, 2023, so that means that the Mobile Home Curfew on County Road 1 will be in full force. The curfew is Monday-Friday 6:45 am-8:15 am and 2:15 pm-4:00 pm.
PROJECT CHILDSAFE® COMES TO LYNN ALABAMA: FIREARM SAFETY KITS TO BE DISTRIBUTED LOCALLY.
THE LYNN POLICE DEPARTMENT MAKES FIREARM SAFETY KITS AVAILABLE THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH PROJECT CHILDSAFE
Lynn, Alabama – The Lynn Police Department will provide free firearm safety kits to local residents through a partnership with Project ChildSafe, the nationwide firearms safety education program. The safety kits, which include a gun lock, will be distributed on a first come first serve basis at the Lynn Town Hall.
Project ChildSafe, a program developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), has distributed more than 38 million firearm safety kits throughout the country since 2003. The program receives support from the firearms industry, federal and state grants and from public donations.
“We encourage residents to pick up a Project ChildSafe safety kit so that they can securely store their firearm,” said Chief Bryan Kirkpatrick “Each kit contains a safety curriculum and a cable-style gun lock. The locks fit on most types of handguns, rifles and shotguns. The goal is to prevent a child or any other unauthorized person from accessing a firearm in your home.”
By partnering with Project ChildSafe, the Lynn Police Department is participating in a national effort to promote firearms safety education to all gun owners. Project ChildSafe distributes gun lock safety kits to all 50 states and the five U.S. territories.
“We are pleased to have the Lynn Police Department as a Project ChildSafe partner,” said Bill Brassard Jr., director of Project ChildSafe. “Project ChildSafe is an important step forward in helping ensure that all firearm owners fully understand their responsibilities with respect to the safe handling and storage of firearms.”
Free gun locks given out by the Lynn Police Department on a first come first serve basis.
Send in your tips about incidents and crimes in the community or at the school. Send as much information as possible.
1. Leave some lights on or put your lights on a timer.
2. Leave a vehicle at your home.
3. Stop your mail or have someone pick it up daily.
4. Close all curtains
5. DO NOT post on social media that you are going out of town or on vacation.
6. Wait till after your vacation before you post pictures on social media.
Operation Identification is a citizen’s burglary prevention program for use in homes and businesses. Operation ID program involves the marking of property with an identifying number as a means of discouraging burglary and theft.
Marked property is difficult for a burglar to dispose of or re-sell. It can be traced to the rightful owner with relative ease. If the burglar is caught with marked property, it is solid evidence of possession of stolen goods.
The Lynn Police Department suggests using an engraver to mark your valuables. One can be obtained relatively inexpensively at any hardware store. When marking your valuables, always use your Driver's License Number; never use your Social Security Number. Also, always use your two-letter state identifier along with your license number.
As you mark your items, always engrave the number on an area that cannot be easily dismantled, and which is not easily seen. After marking your property, make a list of your valuables and keep a copy of the list in a safe place. If you should subsequently become a burglary victim, you will be able to quickly describe the stolen property from the list. Of course, some items cannot be marked, and we suggest a photograph or video of the items. This will be of great help to the police department in our attempts to recover the stolen property.
For your convenience, you can follow the link below and download a form to use for your property
Incident/Offense Report: $5.00
Private Property Accident Report: $5.00
Traffic Accident Report: $15.00
Photos of Traffic Accident Scenes: (Parties Involved only, Including Attorneys and Insurance Co.) $10.00 Each Photo