Nebraska State Patrol
 
 
 
 

Divisions

Divisions

The Nebraska State Patrol is comprised of four divisions.

Office of the Superintendent

The Office of the Superintendent oversees the agency's goals and objectives, policies and procedures, and organizational structure. The Office is under the supervision of  Colonel John A. Bolduc, Superintendent of Law Enforcement and Public Safety. Read more...

Field Services Division

The Field Services Division is divided into three geographic areas, based on NSP's six Troop Areas: Eastern, Central, and Western. Those divisions encompass all uniformed Troopers, Carrier Enforcement Troopers, Police Service Dog (PSD) handlers, Aviation Support Pilots, and Community Policing. Uniformed troopers, assigned to six Troop Area Headquarters, patrol more than 10,000,000 miles of Nebraska roadways. Read more...

Investigative Services Division

The Investigative Services Division criminal and drug units are comprised of both sworn and civilian personnel assigned to a variety of duties within the division. Alcohol/Tobacco/Gaming Enforcement, Auto Fraud, Hazardous Device Technicians, Criminal Identification Division, Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Awareness Coordination, Internet Crimes Against Children and Cyber Crimes Task Forces are among the various work groups in the division. Investigative Services also includes the Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory and the Nebraska Information Analysis Center (NIAC). Read more...

Administrative Services Division

The Administrative Services Division supports every aspect of the agency from, including human resources, information technology, accounting, grants, and the Nebraska State Patrol Training Academy. Troopers, investigators, civilians, and other specialized personnel make up the customer base supported by the Administrative Services Division. Read more...