Sheriff Richard Wills
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Victim Information and Notification Fact Sheet
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT TEXAS SAVNS
CREATING AWARENESS IN YOUR COMMUNITY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
VINE- Victim Information and Notification Everyday
“SAVNS” is an acronym for Statewide Automated Victim Notification Service and is a statewide service that is funded through a legislative appropriation to the Office of the Attorney General. “VINE” is an acronym for Victim Information and Notification Everyday. SAVNS/VINE is a telephone service that allows victims to learn about the custody status and court proceedings involving an offender after booking into a county jail. Victims obtain free telephone and email notifications by registering through a toll-free number or the internet. The service is open to the general public and requires only that an individual provide an inmate’s full name or jail-assigned identification number to receive notifications. The toll-free SAVNS/VINE registration number is 877-TX4-VINE (877-894-8463). The web address to register via the internet is www.vinelink.com. VINELink can also be accessed through the Sheriff Office’s web site at www.co.bailey.tx.us. Information regarding the SAVNS/VINE service is also available via links on the Sheriff’s Office web site.
Bailey County’s participation in SAVNS/VINE is made possible through a grant from the Office of the Attorney General (OAG), which funds the program statewide. The county contracts separately with the Office of the Attorney General and the program developer, Appriss, Inc. of Louisville, Ky., to implement maintain the program.