CRIME/DEVIANCE IN FOCUS
Attorney General's Office
The Attorney General is one of six statewide constitutional officers in Nebraska. The duties and authority of the office are derived from the State Constitution, statutory enactments and common law. Generally speaking, the Attorney General is responsible for the representation of the state in all legal matters, both civil and criminal, where the state is named as a party or may have an interest in the outcome of the litigation or dispute.
Lancaster County Attorney (Juvenile Division)
The Juvenile Division of the Lancaster County Attorney’s Office is responsible for enforcement of Nebraska’s Juvenile Code.
Lincoln Police Department
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Nebraska Correctional Treatment Center
The Lincoln Correctional Center (LCC), located in the capital city of Lincoln, Nebraska is a medium/maximum security facility for adult males.
Nebraska Crime Commission.
The Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice fulfills a leadership role in the statewide coordination of the criminal justice system.
Nebraska State Patrol
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