GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- A local victims program is heading into another year of operation. The VINE Program, or Victims Information and Notification Everyday, is heading into another year of operation.
Commissioners passed a resolution Monday morning to continue operating this system. By signing up, victims of domestic abuse or violent crimes will be notified by phone or email when the defendant is being released from jail.
Grayson County receives a $30,000 grant to operate the program each year from the Attorney General.
Link: The VINE program on the web: http://www.vinelink.com/vinelink/initMap.do
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