The state of Nebraska has restrictions on what can be reported in a background screening report beyond what the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) dictates.
|Ban the Box: State Public Employees||FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYERS ONLY: Public employer, except law enforcement, may not inquire about a criminal record until after it has determined the applicant meets minimum employment qualifications. "Public employer" includes all state, county, and city employees.
See the statute here for more information.
Notable Exceptions: Does not apply to public employers: 1) required to conduct a criminal records check by state or federal law, and/or 2) where state or federal law disqualifies an applicant with a criminal background
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