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What We Do

The Nebraska State Patrol Foundation supports several designated areas of need, including advanced officer training, accident reconstruction, and specialized tactical and safety equipment. Below are some of our most popular programs:

Community Service Education Program

Public safety goes beyond law enforcement- it's about identifying problems and making connections in the community to create unique solutions. The Nebraska State Patrol's Community Service Education Program counsels thousands of Nebraskans each year on such diverse topics as personal safety, drug, alcohol, and gang resistance, Internet safety, and reducing motor vehicle fatalities. The program's ability to adapt to the changing times and engage audiences with fresh ideas makes it one of the Patrol's most valuable assets.

As part of Nebraska's goal to bring motor vehicle fatalities to zero, the Community Service Education Program utilizes interactive presentations with tools like the Rollover Simulator, Seatbelt Convincer, and Driving Simulator to emphasize the importance of safe driving habits. Click here for more information on the program or to schedule a presentation.


Police Service Dogs

The Nebraska State Patrol's canine officers are as vital to the agency's mission as their human counterparts. Police service dogs and their handlers form an inseparable team, living, training, and working together to complement each other's skills. Training and certification is ongoing throughout the team's career, and is completed at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center in Grand Island.

Police service dogs assist with a wide variety of efforts from officer protection to missing person recovery.

Click here for more information on the Patrol's police service dogs.



Motorist Assist Program

With thousands of motorists traveling across Interstate 80 each day, mechanical failures are inevitable, but disabled vehicles create serious traffic hazards. Volunteers with the Metro Area Motorist Assist (MAMAP) Nebraska Motorist Assist (NEMAP) and Central Nebraska Motorist Assist (CNMAP) Programs patrol the busy stretch of I-80 between Omaha and Kearney to help stranded travelers get back on the road. These volunteers offer fuel, tire changes, jump starts and other assistance free of charge, allowing Patrol officers to focus on enforcement and emergency response.

Drivers in need of non-emergency help may request assistance by dialing *55 from any mobile device or by calling 1-800-525-5555.


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