Parole in Nebraska was established in 1893 with the Governor holding sole power to parole an individual. By legislative action that was enacted in August 1969, the Parole Administration was established. Nebraska's parole officers play an extremely important role in the transition that an inmate makes when they are released into the community. The officer's goal is to assist each parolee in achieving a successful discharge from parole supervision and to become a responsible member of society.
Adult Parole Administration is accredited through the American Correctional Association.
PO Box 94661
Lincoln, NE 68509-4661
Catherine Gibson-Beltz, Administrator
Phone: (402) 479-5771
Kathy Hohnstein, Public Information Officer
Phone: (402) 479-5720