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Unless requested in writing, the county assessor and register of deeds shall withhold from the public the residential address of a law enforcement officer or member of the Nebraska National Guard acting pursuant to subdivision (3) of section 55-182 who applies to the county assessor in the county of his or her residence. The application shall be in a form prescribed by the county assessor and shall include the applicant's name and address and the parcel identification number for his or her residential address. A law enforcement officer shall include in the application his or her law enforcement identification number. A member of the Nebraska National Guard shall include in the application proof of his or her status as a member, in a manner prescribed by the county assessor. The county assessor shall notify the register of deeds regarding the receipt of a complete application. The county assessor and the register of deeds shall withhold the address of a law enforcement officer or member of the Nebraska National Guard who complies with this section for five years after receipt of a complete application. The officer or member may renew his or her application every five years upon submission of an updated application.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 23. County Government and Officers § 23-3211. Law enforcement officer or Nebraska National Guard member; withheld from public; application; form; county assessor and register of deeds; duty - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ne/chapter-23-county-government-and-officers/ne-rev-st-sect-23-3211/
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