King County VINE Program
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What is VINE?
VINE (Victim Information & Notification Everyday) is a service through which victims of crime can use their telephone or internet to search for information regarding their offender's custody status and register to receive telephone and email notification when their offender's custody status changes. Learn more... external link
What will VINE do for me?
VINE will tell you if an inmate is in jail and will give you other important custody information. VINE will also let you leave a phone number where you want to be called automatically when that inmate is released, transferred or, escapes. The automated VINE system is available in a number of languages: English, Spanish, Amharic, Vietnamese, Russian, and Chinese.
For more information about VINE, refer to King County VINE Service.