The U.S. Probation Office is restricted from disclosing information to the public. However, most convictions are generally available in public records. These records are maintained by the U.S. District Court Clerk.
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Individuals on supervision are required by the Court to abide by certain rules. These rules are called the conditions of supervision. They are basically the same whether the person is on probation, parole, military parole, mandatory release, or supervised release.
For a list of conditions, see the the standard conditions of probation.
The U.S. Probation Office is restricted from disclosing information to the public, which includes family members. However, most convictions can be found in public records. These public records are maintained by the U.S. District Court Clerk.
The District of Nebraska is comprised of 93 counties. You are allowed to travel freely within these 93 counties. Unless you are given permission in advance by the judge in your case, any requests to travel outside of these 93 counties must be approved in advance by your U.S. Probation Officer.
Failure to do so may result in a violation of your supervision.
The offender must request transfer of jurisdiction through his/her Bureau of Prisons Case Manager. When the request is made by the case manager, the U.S. Probation Office will conduct an investigation to determine whether the offender may transfer and report its findings to the Bureau of Prisons. The transfer of jurisdiction may only occur with approval from the district that would receive and supervise the offender.
Once released from custody, you are required to report to your assigned Probation Officer within 72 hours of release, which includes weekends and holidays. Please call (402) 661-7560 (Omaha) or (402) 437-1920 (Lincoln) between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM, for instructions on where to report. If you have been convicted in another district, please contact the U.S. Probation Office in the district in which you have been convicted.
Failure to report will constitute grounds for a violation of supervised release.