The VINE Blog

As stalking crimes grow, this national advocate leads efforts to educate and raise awareness

 

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Appriss and NOVA partner together to provide training for victim advocates

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.

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20 years later, the Mary Byron Project is still fighting on behalf of survivors

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.

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Twenty-five Years Later: CEO Mike Davis on the humble beginnings of VINE

On December 6, 1994, aspiring entrepreneur Mike Davis unveiled VINE—the nation’s first automated victim notification service—at a press conference in his hometown of Louisville, KY. Davis and his business partner, Yung Nguyen, developed VINE (and.

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Enhancements for good: Connecting victims to their communities with the Enhanced VINE service

Victim Information and Notification Everyday, or VINE as it is more commonly known, is Appriss Safety’s flagship service that offers peace of mind to victims of crime by providing them access to timely and reliable offender information. Free to.

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