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Mr. Lee Polikov

Couny Attorney

Sarpy County

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Sarpy County

774 Olson Drive

Papillion, Nebraska 68046

United States

Company Description

The Emergency Preparedness program of Sarpy/Cass Department of Health and Wellness is responsible for identifying all risks that could impact the public health of our communities. In addition, we create, maintain, and practice emergency response plans des ... more

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Affiliations

Board Member
Midlands Community Foundation

Student, School Sarpy County Attorney
Bellevue East High School

Member
Westboro Baptist Church

Association Member
Nebraska County Attorneys Association

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Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said this is a case he doesn't see every day.

"I think it's interesting for people to know that stolen money is considered income and has to be reported on your income tax," Polikov said.


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The diversion program is the brainchild of Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov, who said many people who come through the courts are mentally ill and are in need of treatment, not incarceration. "It's been an interest of mine for a long time," Polikov said. After more than two decades in law enforcement and the criminal justice system, Polikov noted a strong connection between crime and mental issues: "people in crisis."
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Both Loftus and Polikov say the program is not a way for criminals to circumvent the criminal justice system.
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Polikov said the program has "great support from everyone, from veteran's groups to political groups," including the public defender's office, since it offers a way to connect people who have committed nonviolent crimes to the services they may need.
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No one wants to prosecute someone with obvious mental health problems. [Instead] they can start the mental health treatment they need," Polikov said.


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Manny's a daily part of the Sarpy County Courthouse scene because County Attorney Lee Polikov had an idea a few years ago. "We have a lot of child victims traumatized not only by criminal actions but also by the criminal justice system," Polikov said. He began pushing for a courthouse dog, thinking a big friendly dog might go a long way to allay fears of those facing the often-intimidating court system. A self-described "dog person," Polikov also thought a friendly dog might be a comfort for those in need of the victim/witness unit and diversion services.

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"It took time," Polikov said.
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Brazda also had to become a trained facilitator, Polikov said, because "the toughest thing is to find the right handler.
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"Some people don't like dogs," Polikov conceded, "but this has worked out so well.
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Polikov pointed out that Manny also helps courthouse staff, since a difficult case "affects our own people. He's a trained service dog, he follows instructions, he's not a threat. There are a lot of ways he can be used." Lee Polikov, Sarpy County Attorney, and "Facility Dog" Manny. Polikov initially did not know how often Manny might be called upon for comfort, so he was surprised at how often the dog has been useful.
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Polikov believes Manny and the facility-dog program might just be "the best program going.
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We got Manny and Jean together and I think everyone should have a well-trained and well-staffed unit," Polikov said.

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