Nebraska Revised Statute 69-2412

Chapter 69


Records; confidentiality; destruction.

(1) Any records which are created by the Nebraska State Patrol to conduct the criminal history record check containing any of the information set forth in subdivision (2)(a) of section 69-2410 pertaining to a potential buyer or transferee who is not prohibited from receipt or transfer of a handgun by reason of state or federal law shall be confidential and may not be disclosed by the patrol or any officer or employee thereof to any person. The Nebraska State Patrol shall destroy any such records as soon as possible after communicating the unique approval number, and in any event, such records shall be destroyed within forty-eight hours after the date of receipt of the licensee's request.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the Nebraska State Patrol shall only maintain a log of dates of requests for criminal history record checks and unique approval numbers corresponding to such dates for not to exceed one year.

(3) Nothing in this section shall be construed to allow the state to maintain records containing the names of licensees who receive unique approval numbers or to maintain records of handgun transactions, including the names or other identification of licensees and potential buyers or transferees including persons not otherwise prohibited by law from the receipt or possession of handguns.


  • Laws 1991, LB 355, § 11.