ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – Nebraska (NE)

When it comes to addressing domestic violence, access to public records and free examination of relevant information is crucial. This allows individuals, organizations, and authorities to gather valuable data, such as memorandums, abstracts, and copies, in order to better understand the nature and prevalence of domestic violence cases.

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Arrest Records Database - Lancaster County, Nebraska

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Cecile Atkin
Arrest Age 38
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Arrested Mar 15, 2019
• domestic assault-3rd degree
Atkin Cecile - Lancaster County, Nebraska
Isaac Auld
Arrest Age 42
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Arrested Apr 19, 2019
• domestic assault-3rd degree
Auld Isaac - Lancaster County, Nebraska
Quint Auman
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Arrested Jul 03, 2019
• domestic assault-3rd degree
Auman Quint - Lancaster County, Nebraska
Heather Avila
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Arrested May 29, 2019
• arrested on district warrant; domestic assault-3rd degree; poss controlled substance
Avila Heather - Lancaster County, Nebraska

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In Nebraska, the Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence plays a vital role in raising awareness, advocating for survivors, and working towards the prevention and eradication of domestic violence. Through their efforts, they strive to create a safer and more supportive environment for those affected by domestic violence.

It is essential for everyone to recognize the impact of domestic violence and actively work towards its prevention. By fostering a society that rejects violence, promotes healthy relationships, and supports survivors, we can contribute to ending the cycle of domestic violence.

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