The Nebraska Center for Justice Research was established in 2014 with a mission to develop and sustain research capacity internal to the State of Nebraska, assist the Legislature in research, evaluation, and policymaking to reduce recidivism, promote the use of evidence-based practices in corrections, and improve public safety. The primary purpose of this report is to provide an overview of recent trends in Nebraska’s adult criminal justice system.
Most of the data in this report is presented statewide as well as separated into Nebraska’s twelve judicial districts. Nebraska’s two most metropolitan counties are represented by District 4 (Douglas County) and District 3 (Lancaster County). The classification of the remainder of the state’s 93 counties can be found in the table on page 4. Please contact NCJR for any questions regarding county-level estimates of the data included in this report.
The data in this report represent years ranging from 2014 to 2018. The most recent data available to NCJR at the time of report writing is included in each section and trends across years are included when the data is available and informative.
Nebraska Center for Justice Research - University of Nebraska at Omaha, "Adult Justice in Nebraska 2019" (2019). Reports. 56.