1) Free searches - listed below. Nebraska offers limited criminal record resources for free. If you want to explore the free options, we suggest you start with the resource below for Omaha and Lincoln Criminal Histories, or Lancaster County Court Criminal & Traffic Cases. If your subject isn’t from any of those areas, try the statewide resources at the top for Department of Corrections inmates; federal inmates; statewide registered offenders; and federal criminal court records (through the inexpensive PACER system).
2) Nebraska Trial Courts. A good solution to the limitations of option 1 above is to search for statewide Nebraska criminal court record searches through the Nebraska Trial Courts Case Search System. Access that database via the “Court Records – Criminal” resource below. Their system requires registration and a $15 fee per search. You can view up to 30 cases per name search.
3) Nebraska State Patrol. Another option is to use the resource titled “Criminal Histories (info)” below and find out how to order a criminal history from the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP). Search reports statewide arrests and convictions, and costs $15. Results are returned by mail or fax. This does not include federal records, so we also recommend a PACER search, as well as a search of federal inmates.
4) Search Systems State, National, and International Criminal Records. Criminals don't stop at state borders. Expand your search with our Search Systems Premium criminal record database - the largest available to the public online containing over 400 million criminal records in all states. Includes over 70 national and international terrorist, debarred persons, and most wanted databases. The cost per search is $14.95 and results are immediate. See Inside Edition's report on Youtube.
Our Nebraska records include District and County Court felony and misdemeanor records from Lancaster County; Department of Corrections felony and misdemeanor records; and registered offenders. A search of Nebraska records only is $9.95, immediate results.
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