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To serve and protect in Nebraska

Law enforcement is meant to protect the public it serves. But what about when law enforcement does not serve and does not protect? When instead it targets groups of people and uses excessive and unreasonable force in interactions with them?…
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Nebraska, Preventing Police Brutality and Misconduct

Whenever a person is confronted by an officer, they should make sure they do everything in their power to remain calm and communicate politely. Officers have stressful jobs and if a person moves hastily or they speak aggressively, officers may…
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Is it possible to sue a cop in Nebraska?

Omaha, NE - When someone becomes the victim of a false arrest, police violence, and other forms of misconduct in Nebraska, they may want to sue the officer responsible. Police officers can be sued for actions taken in their official government…
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Lawsuits are initiated when excessive police action harms Lincoln Nebraska individuals.

Nebraska – February 2, 2021 A civil liberties organization has initiated legal action against the city of Lincoln, police, and Lancaster County on behalf of a woman whose nose was nearly severed when an officer shot her in the face with…
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Nebraska Officers Accused of Police Brutality Get Reinstated

Three of four Omaha police officers were reinstated on April 23rd, 2020 after being fired from their jobs over involvement in a June 2017 incident. The accused officers were involved in the brutal death of a 29 year old native American man,…
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Is racial profiling still occurring by police in Omaha Nebraska?

  A recent report by the American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska revealed that people of color are twice as likely to be stopped in traffic stops as white people in Nebraska.  After a review of 23 Law Enforcement Agencies in…