Nebraska Revised Statute 43-3201

Chapter 43 Section 3201

43-3201.

McGruff House; law enforcement agency; obtain criminal history record information on residents; cost.

(1) For purposes of this section:

(a) McGruff House shall mean a house that has been designated as a temporary haven for school-age children by a McGruff House program; and

(b) McGruff House program shall mean a program organized by local law enforcement agencies and civic organizations to provide a temporary haven and sense of security to school-age children in emergency or threatening situations.

(2) A local law enforcement agency involved in establishing a McGruff House program may obtain criminal history record information maintained by the Nebraska State Patrol or any other law enforcement agency to investigate each person eighteen years of age or older residing in a house for which an application for designation as a McGruff House has been made.

(3) There shall be no cost to the applicant for the McGruff House designation or to the McGruff House program sponsoring the applicant for a criminal history record information check referred to in subsection (2) of this section utilizing Nebraska criminal history record information when the request involves only the electronic transfer of data from Nebraska criminal history record information maintained by the Nebraska State Patrol to the local law enforcement agency requesting the check on the applicant.

Source

  • Laws 1994, LB 663, § 1.