Administration

Administration

The Nebraska State Patrol is under the command of Colonel John A. Bolduc, who serves as Superintendent of Law Enforcement and Public Safety for the State of Nebraska.

The Nebraska State Patrol Command staff is comprised of a Lt. Colonel and four Majors, covering Eastern Field Services, Central Field Services, Western Field Services/Investigative Services and Administrative Services.

Annual Report

Annual Report
Annual Report

The 2016 Annual Report summarizes the many activities and achievements during this calendar year. It also reflects the services provided to the more than one million citizens and visitors to Nebraska.

Highway Safety

Informer Newsletter

Informer Newsletter
Informer Newsletter

Organizational Chart

Organizational Chart

Retirees

Retirees
Retirees

Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan

Awards

Awards
Awards

The Nebraska State Patrol has been honored with numerous awards over the years. A few recent national awards from the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) include the coveted Webber Seavey Award for Quality in Law Enforcement and the prestigious Chief's Challenge Award.

The Chief's Challenge Program challenges agencies to reach new heights through high visibility enforcement and education efforts related to occupant protection, impaired driving, and speed enforcement.

The Nebraska State Patrol received the National Chief's Challenge Award for demonstrating a commitment to child passenger safety. Our Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians travel the state to assist with free drive-up child safety seat check-up events. Additionally, we are committed to addressing impaired driving and speed violations through training, enforcement, and educational campaigns.

The Webber Seavey Award recognizes quality achievement in police projects by highlighting agency initiatives that have raised the quality and effectiveness of law enforcement through innovation and teamwork.

The Nebraska State Patrol's Metro Area Motorist Assist Program (MAMAP) was selected as one of 15 finalist for the Webber Seavey Award from more than 150 law enforcement programs from across the country.

The Nebraska State Patrol is honored to be selected for both the above mentioned prestigious national awards as well as the many other local, state, and regional awards that have been presented to the agency and our officers.

Policy & Procedures

Policy & Procedures
Policy & Procedures

The Accreditation/Inspections/Policy Division exists to help ensure that Nebraska State Patrol personnel operate with a clear understanding of the constraints and expectations relating to the performance of their duties. Additionally, the Division is responsible to continually evaluate the quality of the agency’s operations; ensure that the agency’s goals are being pursued; identify the need for additional resources; and ensure that control is maintained throughout the agency.

As an internationally accredited law enforcement agency by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), the Nebraska State Patrol must comply with over 500 accreditation standards that represent the best professional practices for law enforcement agencies worldwide. Ensuring that the agency remains in compliance with these standards as professional practices as technology evolves is a major duty of the Accreditation/Inspections/Police Division.