After Filing an Incident Report:
Violent Crime Compensation
The Victim Compensation Division of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute allows victims of a violent crime to apply for reimbursement of medical and other eligible expenses they have incurred as a result of a violent crime. For more info visit: https://vcc.cji.in.gov/Public/Home.aspx
After an Arrest:
Offender Book-In/Intake Information
Vigo County Jail information is available at http://sheriff.vigocounty.in.gov/ under the county jail and inmate lookup section. This provides you access to public information about all current inmates of the jail. The direct link to the site is provided below. We hope you will find this information helpful.
Offender Book-Out/Release Notification
Bond reduction hearings may be scheduled or held without prior notice. If you would like to receive notification regarding the status of the Defendant’s incarceration you may contact our office, or register online on the Vine Link website at https://www.vinelink.com/
Pending Court Cases
Vigo County Criminal & Citation Case Records
The Vigo County Crime Victim Assistance Program can provide information about criminal court proceedings regarding the defendant. You are not alone. An advocate can explain how the court system works, provide a secure waiting area, and attend court with you. If you would like more information please visit our contact section.
Before case resolution discuss your options for providing a victim impact statement with an advocate.
Indiana Department of Correction's Indiana SAVIN and ALERT Notification Service Site
Indiana SAVIN stands for Statewide Automated Victim Information & Notification. The Indiana SAVIN program is a free, automated hotline that provides crime victims with vital information and notification 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This service will allow you to obtain offender information and to register for notification of a change in offender status, such as offender release. All registrations through Indiana SAVIN are kept completely confidential. https://indianasavin.in.gov/Default.aspx
You or your loved one does not need a computer or internet access to receive these services.
Our office can send this information either by mail or by e-mail. You may use a computer located within the office to access these sites, or an advocate can assist with info look-up and registration through a phone conversation. Please feel free to call us at (812) 462-3319 if we can be of any further assistance. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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