Juvenile Criminal Records

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What employers can ask
job applicants about juvenile offenses


Employers please note: Under the Nebraska Revised Statutes, § 43-2,108.05, an employer is prohibited from asking an applicant for employment if that applicant ever had any juvenile criminal records sealed by a Nebraska court. Furthermore, under § 43-2,108.05, an employment application used in the state of Nebraska must contain language stating that an applicant is not obligated to disclose a sealed juvenile record, which includes records of: an arrest, being taken into custody, a complaint, disposition of a case, diversion or adjudication of a criminal charge, or a sentence following conviction.