NECAA | NE Law Enforcement Spring Seminar

May 15 – 17, 2019
Kearney, Nebraska

Nebraska County Attorneys Association Prosecutor of the Year Award

Congratulations to Joe Kelly, U.S. Attorney for Nebraska, as the 2017 recipient of the Nebraska County Attorneys Association Prosecutor of the Year. This year’s award was presented by Pat Condon, Lancaster County Attorney.

Nebraska County Attorneys Association 
Providing its members with quality training and education.

Nebraska County Attorneys Association

Our Association is dedicated to helping Nebraska’s County Attorney’s provide the best possible public service in their dual role of Prosecutor and Civil Attorney for each of Nebraska’s 93 Counties.

The Nebraska County Attorneys Association advocates for public policies that strengthen county attorneys’ ability to secure justice for crime victims and serve as legal counsel to their county.

We provide continuing legal education programs, service, support and resources to the county attorneys and staff to enhance and improve the quality of all prosecution throughout the State and facilitate access to best practices in law enforcement and public safety.

Recent News

Hemp regulation proposal amended, returned to final round

May 22, 2019 Sen. Justin Wayne, LB657 A bill on final reading that would authorize and regulate the growing, processing and handling of hemp and hemp products in Nebraska was amended May 22 after...

Criminal, civil penalties for ‘revenge porn’ advanced

May 16, 2019 Sen. Adam Morfeld, LB630 LB680 Lawmakers advanced two bills from general file May 16 that would prohibit the intentional or threatening distribution of intimate images.

Human trafficking statute of limitation bill expanded, advanced

May 16, 2019 Sen. Julie Slama, LB519 LB517 LB516 LB458 LB479 A bill that would extend and eliminate certain statutes of limitation for labor and sex trafficking was amended and advanced from general...

Understanding Marijuana’s Dangers

By Governor Pete Ricketts, May 13, 2019  

Restorative justice bill passed

The use of restorative justice programs in Nebraska was expanded by a bill passed May 13.

NECAA Past President Melanie R. Young, Chief Deputy Buffalo County Attorney, receives recognition for serving as President 2016-2018 from current President James Smith,  Solicitor General Attorney, Nebraska Attorney General’s Office. 

 

 

Nebraska County Attorneys Association

Protecting the public and preserving individual rights.