Registrants must inform the local sheriff's office of all address changes three (3) working days before the change.
When the registrant moves to another county, they must notify the current sheriff's office and register with the new sheriff's office within three (3) working days.
Up until December 31, 2009, the Nebraska law defined sexually violent predator as a person who has been convicted of one or more of the offenses requiring registration and who suffers from a mental abnormality or personality disorder, making them likely to commit sexually violent offenses for the purpose of victimization.
An offender can only be determined a sexual violent predator by the sentencing court after considering evidence from experts on behavior and treatment of sexual offenders.
If convicted of any of the following as of January 1, 2010 & ordered by a judge to register: Murder in the first degree §28-303 Murder in the second degree §28-304 Manslaughter §28-305 Assault in the first degree §28-308 Assault in the second degree §28-309 Assault in the third degree §28-310 Stalking §28-311.03 Kidnapping (victim of any age) §28-313 False imprisonment (victim of any age) §28-314 or §28-315 The Sex Offender Registration Act applies to any person who on or after January 1, 1997: - Pleads guilty to or is found guilty of any crime(s) requiring registration; - Is incarcerated in a jail, a penal or correctional facility, or any other public or private institution as a result of pleading guilty to or being found guilty of a registrable offense prior to January 1, 1997 - Is under probation or parole as a result of pleading guilty to or being found guilty of a registrable offense prior to January 1, 1997; - Has ever pled guilty to, pled nolo contendere to, or been found guilty of any offense that is substantially equivalent to a registrable offense by any village, town, city, state, territory, commonwealth, or other jurisdiction of the United States, by the United State Government, by court-martial or other military tribunal, or by a foreign jurisdiction, notwithstanding a procedure comparable in effect to that described under section or any other procedure to nullify a conviction other than by pardon; - Enters the state and is required to register as a sex offender under the laws of another village, town, city, state, territory, commonwealth, or other jurisdiction of the United States.- Is required to register but may not live in Nebraska but is employed, carries on a vocation, or attends school in Nebraska.
The recalculation shall be completed by the sex offender registration and community notification division of the Nebraska State Patrol.
All registration information is to be submitted to the Nebraska State Patrol on the same day it is reported.
The registration form contains the offender's name, address, telephone number, date of birth, social security number, physical description, complete address history, vehicle information, employment status, employment or attendance at a school, criminal information and other requirements listed under statute §29-4006.
Convicted sex offenders must sign a Notification to Register form provided by the sentencing court in which they were convicted and/or from the city/county jail or correctional facility or private/public institution from which they are being released.
An offender is in violation of the law if they fail to register regardless of whether they were informed of their duty to register in the State of Nebraska.
primarily non-aggravated felony offenses including attempt/conspiracy)Life, if the sex offender was convicted of a registrable offense punishable by imprisonment for more than one year and was convicted of an aggravated offense, or had a prior sex offense conviction (felony or misdemeanor) or has been determined to be a lifetime registrant in another state, territory, commonwealth or other jurisdiction of the United States, by the United States Government, by court-martial or other military tribunal, or by a foreign jurisdiction.