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Buffalo County
  • Part-Time Cook Opening
    Consolidated Management Company is accepting applications for part-time cook in the jail.Newspaper ad

    Job information and how to apply
  • Maintainer Operator - Highway Department

    Buffalo County Highway Department is accepting applications for employment for a Maintainer Operator for the Ravenna Area.

    Job information and how to apply.

  • Bull & Barrel Liquor License Public Hearing
    The Buffalo County Board of Commissioners will be holding a public hearing for Bull & Barrel.

    Click here for more information.
  • Corrections Officer position
    The Buffalo County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for a full-time Corrections Officer.  Job description and how to apply.
  • Geo Spencer Tasting Room - Renewal of Liquor License
    Notice is hereby given that a liquor license may be automatically renewed for a one-year period.

    Full notice of renewal
  • Registered Nurse Opening - Full Time
    Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a full-time Registered Nurse.

    Job description and how to apply

  • BUFFALO COUNTY FACILITIES OMP

    Buffalo County, Nebraska is accepting applications for a Seasonal Part-Time Park Maintenance Worker.

    Seasonal Position details and how to apply.

  • Zoning Commission Opening

    Buffalo County is currently is seeking one (1) candidate, who is appointed by the Board of Commissioners, to serve on the Buffalo County Planning and Zoning Commission for a three (3) year term.
  • Prairie Hills Golf Course - Renewal of Liquor License

    Notice is hereby given that a liquor license may be automatically renewed for a one-year period.

    Full notice of renewal.

  • Request for Proposal - 610 Office Renovation

    Buffalo County is seeking sealed proposals from architectural firms to secure architectural design and construction administration services for the 610 Office Building remodel and renovation.

    Full details

  • NOTICE: Buffalo County's GIS Site
    Please be advised that, due to an annual vendor server update, some services of the Buffalo County GIS Site may be temporarily disrupted, beginning Friday, July 30, through Sunday, August 1, 2021.

    We apologize in advance for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
    
Criminal Division
Purpose:
The Criminal Division of the Buffalo County Attorney's Office is responsible for the prosecution of all crimes that occur within Buffalo County.

The Attorneys of the Criminal Division make filing decisions after reviewing reports generated by local law enforcement agencies. Those agencies include Buffalo County Sheriffs Office, Kearney Police Department, Nebraska State Patrol, Nebraska Game and Parks, Shelton Police Department, and the Ravenna Police Department.

Mission:
The mission of the Criminal Division is to actively investigate and aggressively prosecute crimes that occur in Buffalo County. Using advanced trial practices, research, and technology, it is our goal to prosecute those individuals that cause harm to the citizens of Buffalo County. We will work with the community, law enforcement, and government agencies to not only prosecute crimes, but to proactively search for ways to protect the community.

Objectives:
  • To work with the community and build a relationship of trust and understanding in order to work proactively to prevent crime.
  • To use research and investigative techniques to ensure quality criminal prosecutions for the citizens of Buffalo County.
  • To improve our understanding of the law and the community through seminars, training, and continuing education programs.
  • To use technologically-advanced trial practices.
  • To apply the law in an unbiased and consistent manner to ensure justice, equality, and safety for the community.
Services:
We are here to assist those individuals who are victims of crimes that occur in Buffalo County.

If you believe you have been a victim of a crime or have information about a crime, please contact one of the following agencies or your local police department: Once a report has been filed with the appropriate law enforcement agency, the case will be given to the County Attorney for review and prosecution. The Deputy County Attorney in charge of the case will contact the victims and witnesses to ensure that the best possible prosecution can be had.



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