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Buffalo County
  • Part-Time Cook Opening
    Consolidated Management Company is accepting applications for part-time cook in the jail.Newspaper ad

    Job information and how to apply
  • Opening for TWO Maintainer Operators
    The Buffalo County Highway Department is accepting applications for TWO Maintainer Operators.

    Job information and how to apply.
  • District Court Administrative Assistant

    The District Court office is accepting application for a Full Time Administrative Assistant.  For a full job description and how to apply visit our employment page
  • Sheriff's Sale March 18, 2017
    There will be a Sheriff's Sale March 18, 2017 at the Buffalo County Extension Building at 9:30 am.

    Please click here for more information.
    
Mission Statement
Mission Statement

The Buffalo County Attorney is dedicated to serving the people of Buffalo County through an aggressive, non-prejudicial, and proactive approach to criminal, civil, and juvenile cases affecting the citizens of Buffalo County. It is the goal of the County Attorney to serve the people with consistency, honor, and integrity.

Through investigations and legal expertise, we provide a service that is beneficial to both victims of crime, and the community in which we live. As public servants, it is our duty to uphold the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Nebraska, the Statutes of the State of Nebraska, and the human rights guaranteed to each individual.

Using proactive and technologically-advanced trial techniques, we provide a service to the community that not only gives justice to victims of crime, but to the County as a whole.

It is the duty of the Buffalo County Attorney:
  • to prosecute or defend, on behalf of the State and County, all suits, applications, or motions, civil or criminal, arising under the laws of the State in which the State or the County is a party or is interested;
  • to prosecute such individuals when sufficient evidence supports the belief that a person is guilty and can be convicted of a crime;
  • to give opinions and advice to the Board of County Commissioners and other civil officers, when requested, upon all matters in which the State or County may have an interest;
  • to perform the duties of County Coroner.