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Crime Justice Spring Conference

NECAA |LECC – May 4-6, 2022, Kearney Nebraska 


The Nebraska Law Enforcement Coordinated Conference with Nebraska County Attorneys Association will be held May 4-6, 2022, at the Kearney Holiday Inn, 110 S 2nd Ave, Kearney, Nebraska 68847.

Conference Registration is closed. For questions please contact Joe Jeanette,  Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities Available.

Attendees may download the following items: 

Conference Agenda

Presenter Biographies  

MCLE Form is available on-line 

Lodging is available at the Kearney Holiday Inn. Rates are $112.95 per room, per night and do not include applicable taxes. Reservation may be made by calling the hotel at (308) 237-5971 or toll-free at 855-444-5769 option “O” and specify the Nebraska Law Enforcement | County Attorneys group to receive the discounted rate. Additional rooms are available at LaQuinta Inn at the same conference rate. Please use the following phone number to make reservations at LaQuinta Inn – (308) 237-4400.


NECAA |Annual Conference – October 12-14, 2022, Embassy Suites, LaVista, Nebraska 

Free juvenile justice conferences and training for prosecutors

This includes ANY juvenile prosecutor in Nebraska. Grant will cover the costs of the training (including registration, travel, lodging, and meals). Funding is provided through a $196,453 from the Nebraska Crime Commission. Contact Jenni Ryan at for more information.

Also seeking speakers for the Nebraska County Attorney’s Association Conferences. If you have ideas about speakers with an emphasis in juvenile justice or if you would like to bring to Nebraska or are interested in attending a conference with an emphasis in juvenile justice training please contact Jenni Ryan at “This project was supported by subgrant no.18-JJ-0001 awarded by the Nebraska Crime Commission and points of views or opinions contained in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Commission or the Department of Justice.”