Nebraska, also known as the Cornhusker State, was admitted as the 37th state of the US. Omaha is the state’s largest city, which is situated on the Missouri River. The population of Omaha reaches around 408,958, while Nebraska’s population is 1,907,116 (as of 2016). Lincoln is the capital city of the state.
Nebraska is the only US state, which has a unicameral and officially nonpartisan legislature.
The state of Nebraska is among the least dangerous states. The state has a crime rate of 274.9 per 100,000 people, which ranks the 15th lowest in the country. The most dangerous city in Nebraska is the capital city Lincoln, with a crime rate of 330.0 per 100,000 residents. Aggravated assault is the most recorded crime in Lincoln. The city poverty and unemployment rates are 13.7% and 2.6% accordingly. As of 2015, the state unemployment rate of 2.5% (nearly the same as the city’s rate) is the lowest in the nation. Some of the safest cities are Seward and La Vista. Capital punishment is legal in the state of Nebraska.
Criminal records and mugshots of inmates in Nebraska can be searched in the online database maintained by the Nebraska Department of Corrections.
The same information is also available at the County Sheriff’s office, which can be obtained by calling, mailing, or in person. Some County Sheriff’s offices provide also online access to inmate records through a service called Vinelink.