What is VINE?
VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding their offender's custody status and register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when their offender's custody status changes.

Telephone Registration
You can use the telephone to search for and register to receive notification about the custody status of an offender at 888-944-8463 toll-free.

Web Registration
You can search for and register to receive notification about the custody status of an offender via VINELink at www.vinelink.com

Show All Answers

1. What is VINE?
2. Where is VINE available?
3. Do I subscribe to or pay for this service?
4. How do I search for an offender and register to receive notification using VINELink?
5. Why can't I find a particular offender?
6. What does 'non-participating county' mean?
7. How do I locate information about a Federal inmate?
8. How frequently does VINELink receive offender information?
9. Is Charge and Warrant information available on VINELink?
10. What if the information on VINELink is incorrect?
11. Why did I not receive notification on my AOL address?
12. What is the 'Caller ID' number and 'Sender Email' address?
13. Are offender photos on VINELink?
14. How do I stop receiving unwanted notification calls?
15. Can I find historical data on an offender?
16. Does VINELink support Spanish web content?