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Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) Program


The TN-SAVIN program is offered at no cost to sheriffs' offices. Regional community awareness and implementation training programs for victim service advocates and additional law enforcement agencies will be scheduled at a later date as county sheriffs' offices come on line.

Please contact the Coalition or participating agencies if you would like to recieve free English or Spanish SAVIN brochures and posters.





-August 2008-

Bradley, Chester, Johnson, Montgomery, Sevier, Sullivan, Weakley and Wilson Counties are online and operational at:

TNSAVIN 1-888-868-4631

TTY/TDD: 1-866-847-1298


Statistical Report - April 2008-August 2008
(for the seven on-line counties only)

Click here to download county status map

Total Victim Registrations: 190

Method of Registration:

Phone: 97

E-Mail: 93

Total Number of Notifications: 643

Method of Notification:

Phone: 483

E-mail: 160

Total Searches in Tennessee : 14,279


Other Updates

Fifty (50) counties have now committed to enrolling in our State Automated Victim Information Notification Program.

Thirty two (32) current agencies have signed their MOU and completed their questionnaire/surveys.

Keep checking our web-site for future updates and please contact your local sheriff to ask him or her to enroll in the program!


Tennessee Sheriffs Receive Statewide Automated Victim Information Notification Training

SAVIN Program Manager Ret. Sheriff Beth Ashe and Coalition Executive Director Kathy Walsh recently conducted a Tennessee Statewide Automated Victim Information Notification (TN-SAVIN) training session during the Tennessee Sheriffs' Association's 2008 Training Conference. Arkansas Sheriff Ronnie Baldwin, an executive board member of the National Sheriffs' Association (NSA) who serves on NSA's Domestic Violence Committee and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) National SAVIN Standards Committee, was the featured guest presenter. The initial SAVIN kick-off training was held in Louisville, Kentucky earlier this year with VINE service provider, Appriss, Inc.




If you are in immediate danger, call 911. For resources in Tennessee call 1-800-356-6767 or 1-800-799-7233 (National Domestic Violence Hotline).

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