June is Pride Month, a time to take a positive stance against discrimination and violence towards the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and pansexual or Two-Spirit) community, who continue to struggle to overcome.
Last year, Appriss unveiled a significant redesign of VINE, including a new layout, improved features, and a more intuitive design. The update was the culmination of a year-long research and design initiative led by our Product team, built from.
Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week has drawn the attention of communities all over the United States to helping victims of crime. This year’s observance, April 18-24, promotes the theme “Support Victims. Build Trust. Engage Communities.”
ALASKA VINE PROGRAM MANAGER MIKE RAMSAY “Get to Know Your Customers Day” is observed on the third Thursday of each quarter. Appriss would like to take this opportunity to learn a little bit more about our important VINE customers and what is.
Approximately one in five instances of sexual assault are left unreported, according to research gathered by End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) – a tragic reality that can be completely transformed by a small change in how people.
Here we are in March, one year into COVID-19 lockdowns and quarantines. As the pandemic drags on, so does what the United Nations calls “a shadow pandemic” of intimate partner violence (IPV) within the pandemic of the virus itself.
When the latest version of VINE went live in South Carolina late 2020, SC VINE Program Manager Sherry Rhodes could already see how improvements and refinements to the service would provide significant benefits to survivors of crime in the state..
CONNECTICUT SAVIN PROGRAM MANAGER VALINA CARPENTER Appriss’ flagship solution, VINE® (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) is the nation’s leading automated victim notification system. VINE is used across 48 states, providing millions of.
Of the many challenges presented by COVID-19, one key issue many services faced was how to reach audiences that were now isolated at home, unable to meet for face-to-face interaction, or put in situations where they may not feel safe or comfortable.