Nebraska does not publicly release intimate partner related or domestic violence related fatality statistics.
In 2015, there were 928 active protection orders in the National Crime Information Center for Nebraska, 251 of which had a disqualifying Brady Indicator.1
The Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice produces an annual report on domestic assault;2 however, Nebraska does not publicly release intimate partner related or domestic violence related fatality statistics.
Intimate Partner Violence*Victimization and Related Impacts*
The lifetime prevalence* of any contact sexual violence*, physical violence,* and/or stalking victimization* by an intimate partner*in Nebraska is:
33.7% Experienced IPV
66.3% No IPV
Among female victims in Nebraska who experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime, 65.0% were concerned for safety, 42.6% were injured, 21.1% needed medical care, and 20.4% needed legal services.3
28.0% Experienced IPV
72% No IPV
Statistically reliable estimates of the percentage of male victims in Nebraska who experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime who were concerned for safety, injured, needed medical care, or needed legal services are not available.4
Domestic Violence Protection Order
There were 928 active protection orders in the National Crime Information Center for Nebraska in 2015, 251 of which had a disqualifying Brady Indicator.5
Protection Orders in the National Crime Information Center
Protection Orders with Disqualifying Brady Indicator
Protection Orders Active in the National Crime Information Center for Nebraska, 2006-2015
State participation in the National Crime Information Center protection order file is voluntary, thus the extent to which states enter the orders into the system varies. Regardless of how each state refers to such orders, these records are uniformly referred to as “protection orders” in the National Crime Information Center database.
Contact sexual violence: Combined measure that includes rape, being made to penetrate someone else, sexual coercion, and/or unwanted sexual contact.
Intimate partner: Romantic or sexual partner and includes spouses, boyfriends, girlfriends, people with whom they dated, were seeing, or “hooked up.”
Intimate partner violence: The five types of intimate partner violence measured in the NISVS include sexual violence, stalking, physical violence, psychological aggression, and control of reproductive/sexual health. Sexual violence includes rape, being made to penetrate someone else, sexual coercion, unwanted sexual contact, and non-contact unwanted sexual experiences.
Intimate partner violence related impacts: For each perpetrator of domestic violence, the NISVS survey asks victims about specific direct impacts related to intimate partner violence to better understand the consequences of contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner.
Lifetime prevalence:Proportion of a population who, at some point in life, have ever experienced the characteristic or condition.
Physical violence: A range of behaviors from slapping, pushing, or shoving to severe acts that include being hit with a fist or something hard, kicked, hurt by pulling hair, slammed against something, tried to hurt by choking or suffocating, beaten, burned on purpose, or used a knife or gun.
Stalking victimization: Pattern of harassing or threatening tactics used by a perpetrator that is both unwanted and causes fear or safety concerns in the victim.
This page was updated May 1, 2020. Please note that data used are the most recent available data.