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Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification- Nebraska

A person is required to register who, as of January 1, 1997: Pleads guilty to or is found guilty of any crime(s) requiring registration; Is on probation or parole or incarcerated for any of the crimes requiring registration; Is released from incarceration, parole, probation for any of the crimes requiring registration; Moves into the state of Nebraska having pleaded guilty or been found guilty of any offense that is substantially equivalent to the crimes requiring registration in Nebraska.

A complete description, date of birth, social security number, photograph, fingerprints, any aliases used, a list of offenses for which registration is required, court of conviction, name and location of facility in which incarcerated, and place of employment. Also includes any employment, attendance, or vocation with a post secondary educational institution.


Contact information: Andi Morris 402-471-8640. 402-471-8647 is the main line for the SOR and inquiries can be directed to that number as well. Email: [email protected]

Administrating Agency:

Nebraska State Patrol is the administering agency

Timeframe for Registration:

Sex Offenders are required to register with the local county sheriff where they reside or are temporarily domiciled within five five (5) working days when changing addresses or moving into the state of Nebraska. Sex Offenders are now registered upon sentencing or release from incarceration.

Penalties for Non-Compliance:

Class IV Felony if the original crime was a felony. Misdemeanor of the same class as the sex offense requiring registration.


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