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.
One of the most challenging aspects of victim advocacy is the moment immediately after a tragedy has occurred. Helping to guide victims through these circumstances requires poise, knowledge, and above all, empathy. Deborah Bradley and Kara Dager.
Sexual violence continues to be a problem in the United States. According to the National Institute of Justice and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every six American women has been the victim of at least attempted rape in her.
WASHINGTON VINE PROGRAM MANAGER JAMIE WEIMER 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.
Each October, victim assistance organizations all over the United States join hands beneath the purple banner of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), uniting under a shared commitment to raise awareness about the scourge of intimate partner.
As a felony prosecutor in the city of Louisville for 15 years, Dorislee Gilbert has seen all sides of the criminal justice system. She has fought for justice for victims of crime, domestic abuse, and child abuse by training prosecutors across the.
For James McCurtis, the VINE program manager for the state of Michigan, his mission is clear: to do everything he can to help crime victims and survivors of domestic violence be “made whole.” That process can take years and is often both emotionally.