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.01A. This procedure establishes guidelines for allowing complainants or victims of certain crimes to be notified of the;

release from custody of adult persons arrested for allegedly committing those crimes.

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.03. The following type of crimes shall be applicable to the VINE Program:

A. resulting in death or s.b.i.;
B. death, s.b.i. or future retaliation threatened;
C. Domestic Violence;
D. Sexual Assault;
E. Stalking.

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.04A. Any officer assigned primary report responsibility for any crime listed where an arrest is made shall;

notify the complainant or victim of the existence of the VINE Program.

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.04B. Any officer assigned follow-up responsibility for filing an {At Large} charge for any crime listed shall contact the;

complainant / victim to obtain information to complete the VINE Pamphlet.

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.04C. An explanation of the Vine Program is available in the pamphlet titled, Victim Information and Notification Everyday, available in both English and Spanish. All complainants or victims of crimes listed;

will be given a copy of the VINE Pamphlet.

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.04D. Complainants or victims who refuse to participate in the VINE Program are advised that they may enter the VINE Program at any time by;

contacting the Victims Advocacy Office of the Department.

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.05A. Officers shall complete the below information of the VINE Pamphlet titled, Your Case Information:

1. Arresting agency;
2. Case Number;
3. Officer's name;
4. Defendant's name; and
5. VINE Pin by {C}, victim, or officer.

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.05B. After completing the VINE Pamphlet where an arrest is made, officers give a pamphlet to;

each complainant /victim;

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.05B. If multiple arrests are made, the officer completes a pamphlet for;

each arrested person and the multiple pamphlets are given to the complainant /victim;

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.05B. If multiple complainants /victims are present, the officer completes a pamphlet for;

each complainant /victim.

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.05C. After completing the VINE Pamphlet where an “At Large” charge is filed, the officer will attach the VINE Pamphlet to;

the back of Charge and Disposition form (C and D).

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.06A. Officers making an arrest for an offense applicable to this procedure shall complete the necessary information in the;

pre-printed box on the back of the Temporary Record of Arrest, {Booking Slip}.

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.06A. The necessary {booking slip} info includes the following:

1. Case number;
2. Notification phone (from complainant /victim);
3. VINE Pin Number
4. If multiple complainants/victims are present, the officer completes the back of a separate booking slip for each complainant/victim and each charge against the arrested person.

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.07B. Shall also start the VINE Notification Program process for any complainant /victim who initially refused to participate in the program, but now wishes to be notified when an arrest is made.

The Victims Advocacy Office

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