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Allen
237-3611
237-3210
237-3101
586-5327
Barren
651-5151
651-2771
651-8396
651-3838
Butler
526-3662
526-3676
526-3833
526-3999
Edmonson
597-3814
597-2157
597-2163
526-3999
Hart
786-2276
524-2341
524-7111
726-4300
Logan
726-7669
726-2244
726-3516
726-4300
Metcalfe
432-3271
432-3041
432-2721
651-3838
Monroe
487-6191
487-6622
487-6701
487-6403
Simpson
586-7166
586-5256
586-8266
586-5327
Warren
393-4000
842-1633
746-7447
746-7485


National Center for Victims of Crime

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The National Center for Victims of Crime is the nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims. NCVC can help crime victims understand more about the impact of crime, make a safety plan, learn legal rights and options, and get connected with local victim service providers. For more information, call 1-800-FYI-CALL or log onto www.ncvc.org.


Victim Information & Notification Everyday (V.I.N.E.)

VINE is a statewide, automated victims' notification service. Through a computerized system, critical information is available to crime victims about specific inmates housed in local jails and adult correctional facilities. This information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through computer generated telephone calls, all registered persons will be contacted when the inmate is scheduled for release or escapes from custody. For more information call 1-800-511-1670 or log onto http://www.corrections.ky.gov/ovs/VINE.htm.


Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Prevention (KASAP)

KASAP offers technical assistance by developing and implementing training, evaluation tools, curricula, and other educational opportunities. An important part of KASAP's work is raising the awareness of Kentucky's citizens about the issues of sexual violence. KASAP also takes an active role in the legislative process in Kentucky. Through legislative monitoring, lobbying, and advocacy, the Association stays in the forefront of political activity in the Commonwealth. For more information log onto http://www.kasap.org/survivors.asp.