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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Nebraska Department Of Motor Vehicles

Affiliations

Board Member
JFON-NE

Board Member
National Safety Council

Education

bachelor of arts

political science

University of Nebraska at Kearney

juris doctor

University of Denver

Web References (27 Total References)


JFON-NE Board of Directors

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Beverly Reicks

Ms. Reicks is currently the President/CEO, National Safety Council, Nebraska. Prior to moving to Omaha, Ms. Reicks served thirteen years as the Director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles. She began her legal career in the general practice of law in Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Ms. Reicks is admitted to practice law in the States of Nebraska and Colorado. She is a graduate of the University of Denver where she earned her juris doctor and holds a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Ms. Reicks is a certified mediator with a background in basic and federal mediation.
She currently serves on the Donate Life Board and has served on the Nebraska Kidney Foundation, United Way Lincoln/Lancaster County Board, Community Health Charities, Board Member (Lincoln), Governor's Charitable Giving Advisory Board, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators International Board, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators Region III Board, Red Cloud Main Street Board, Red Cloud Community Center Building Committee.


But people need to be careful, ...

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But people need to be careful, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.

Reicks said most counties in the state have signed agreements with STOP class providers that are on file with the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
One important requirement in Nebraska, she said, is that a class provider must have a physical office in the state.
...
But now the class is being offered online for tickets issued in Douglas, Washington and Cass Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.
...
Of those, Reicks said, 37 percent chose to take the course online.
...
"It's really quite interactive," Reicks said.
The program will run on any computer, including a tablet, that has high-speed Internet access. It will run on a smartphone, too, though Reicks said the images would be very small.
"I think that'd be painful," she said.
...
For some people, carving out a four-hour block of time is difficult, Reicks said, so the online flexibility can be a big help.
It's also convenient for people who live outside the Omaha area and who have been ticketed here. In the first four months, Reicks said, the course has been taken by people from 27 counties outside Douglas and six states outside Nebraska.
It's cheaper for the Safety Council to administer the online course than a traditional class - there are no classroom or instructor costs. But the classroom format is still available for those who prefer it.
Reicks took the reins of the Nebraska chapter of the Safety Council last year after 13 years as director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, where she increased Web access to the agency's services. The STOP program is regulated by the DMV, which issued guidelines for creating the online course, she said.


But people need to be careful, ...

www.omaha.com [cached]

But people need to be careful, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.

Reicks said most counties in the state have signed agreements with STOP class providers that are on file with the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
One important requirement in Nebraska, she said, is that a class provider must have a physical office in the state.
...
But now the class is being offered online for tickets issued in Douglas, Washington and Cass Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.
...
Of those, Reicks said, 37 percent chose to take the course online.
...
"It's really quite interactive," Reicks said.
The program will run on any computer, including a tablet, that has high-speed Internet access. It will run on a smartphone, too, though Reicks said the images would be very small.
"I think that'd be painful," she said.
...
For some people, carving out a four-hour block of time is difficult, Reicks said, so the online flexibility can be a big help.
It's also convenient for people who live outside the Omaha area and who have been ticketed here. In the first four months, Reicks said, the course has been taken by people from 27 counties outside Douglas and six states outside Nebraska.
...
Reicks took the reins of the Nebraska chapter of the Safety Council last year after 13 years as director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, where she increased Web access to the agency's services. The STOP program is regulated by the DMV, which issued guidelines for creating the online course, she said.


But people need to be careful, ...

www.omaha.com [cached]

But people need to be careful, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.

Reicks said most counties in the state have signed agreements with STOP class providers that are on file with the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
One important requirement in Nebraska, she said, is that a class provider must have a physical office in the state.
...
But now the class is being offered online for tickets issued in Douglas, Washington and Cass Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.
...
Of those, Reicks said, 37 percent chose to take the course online.
...
"It's really quite interactive," Reicks said.
The program will run on any computer, including a tablet, that has high-speed Internet access. It will run on a smartphone, too, though Reicks said the images would be very small.
"I think that'd be painful," she said.
...
For some people, carving out a four-hour block of time is difficult, Reicks said, so the online flexibility can be a big help.
It's also convenient for people who live outside the Omaha area and who have been ticketed here. In the first four months, Reicks said, the course has been taken by people from 27 counties outside Douglas and six states outside Nebraska.
...
Reicks took the reins of the Nebraska chapter of the Safety Council last year after 13 years as director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, where she increased Web access to the agency's services. The STOP program is regulated by the DMV, which issued guidelines for creating the online course, she said.


But people need to be careful, ...

www.bellevueleader.com [cached]

But people need to be careful, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.

Reicks said most counties in the state have signed agreements with STOP class providers that are on file with the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
One important requirement in Nebraska, she said, is that a class provider must have a physical office in the state.
...
But now the class is being offered online for tickets issued in Douglas, Washington and Cass Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa, said Beverly Reicks, president and CEO of the Nebraska chapter of the National Safety Council.
...
Of those, Reicks said, 37 percent chose to take the course online.
...
"It's really quite interactive," Reicks said.
The program will run on any computer, including a tablet, that has high-speed Internet access. It will run on a smartphone, too, though Reicks said the images would be very small.
"I think that'd be painful," she said.
...
For some people, carving out a four-hour block of time is difficult, Reicks said, so the online flexibility can be a big help.
It's also convenient for people who live outside the Omaha area and who have been ticketed here. In the first four months, Reicks said, the course has been taken by people from 27 counties outside Douglas and six states outside Nebraska.
...
Reicks took the reins of the Nebraska chapter of the Safety Council last year after 13 years as director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, where she increased Web access to the agency's services. The STOP program is regulated by the DMV, which issued guidelines for creating the online course, she said.

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