LINCOLN--The Nebraska State Patrol has cut the ribbon on a new Lincoln headquarters, the culmination of a major consolidation that was years in the making.
Colonel John Bolduc, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol says “For decades, Lincoln-based patrol officers have been scattered throughout the city at several offices. The new headquarters brings most of them under one roof.
The new NSP state headquarters at 4600 Innovation Drive in Lincoln includes the Criminal Identification Division, Headquarters Troop Area, Carrier Enforcement Division, Nebraska Information Analysis Center, Special Operations Division, State Headquarters and Eastern Communications, which now dispatches for the eastern half of the state from a state-of-the-art communications center.
NSP State Headquarters had been located at 1600 Highway 2 in Lincoln since 1958. The consolidation effort allows NSP to vacate that facility and office space at the Nebraska National Guard Base. The NSP Crime Lab and NSP Supply Building will continue operating at their current locations in Air Park.
Governor Pete Ricketts said the move marks another step in the journey of serving customers better.
Fingerprinting services for Lincoln area customers have already moved and are operational at the new facility. Any person in need of fingerprinting services can make an appointment at the NSP website.