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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter83 > 83-1_119

83-1,119. Parolee; violation of parole; parole officer; report to Board of Parole; action of board.(1) Whenever a parole officer has reasonable cause to believe that a parolee has violated or is about to violate a condition of parole but that the parolee will not attempt to leave the jurisdiction and will not place lives or property in danger, the parole officer shall submit a written report to the Board of Parole which may, on the basis of such report and such further investigation as it may deem appropriate:(a) Dismiss the charge of violation;(b) Determine whether the parolee violated the conditions of his or her parole;(c) Revoke his or her parole in accordance with the Nebraska Treatment and Corrections Act; or(d) Issue a warrant for the arrest of the parolee.(2) Whenever a parole officer has reasonable cause to believe that a parolee has violated or is about to violate a condition of parole and that the parolee will attempt to leave the jurisdiction or will place lives or property in danger, the parole officer shall arrest the parolee without a warrant and call on any peace officer to assist him or her in doing so.(3) Whenever a parolee is arrested with or without a warrant, he or she shall be detained in a local jail or other detention facility. Immediately after such arrest and detention, the parole officer shall notify the Board of Parole and submit a written report of the reason for such arrest. A complete investigation shall be made by the parole administration and submitted to the parole board. After prompt consideration of such written report, the board shall order the parolee's release from detention or continued confinement to await a final decision on the revocation of parole. SourceLaws 1969, c. 817, § 50, p. 3099; Laws 1973, LB 524, § 5; Laws 1997, LB 396, § 25.