Victims of crime can receive information and support through Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety.
More than 4,500 false tax returns were filed in the U.S. in 2019, using inmates’ Social Security numbers to claim more than $14 million in refunds.
Since 2019, CareSource, a national leader in nonprofit healthcare, has worked with Appriss Insights to further continuity of coverage for justice-involved individuals.
The Illinois VINE system can send users the latest information on the court cases and custody of offenders.
In an article published on Business Reporter, Steve Prebble, President of data analytics provider Appriss Retail explains why deprioritising returns is bound to lead to loss of sales.
The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Anti-Trafficking Initiative (SATI) has been honored as the National Sheriffs’ Association 2021 Crime Victim Services Award recipient.
Psychiatric Times sat down with Appriss Health CMO, Dr. Nishi Rawat to discuss the need for crisis prevention in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Illinois VINE will allow survivors of violent crime and families to better search offenders’ custody status and access support services and advocacy organizations.
The Tennessee Department of Correction announced it is participating in a service that provides the public with criminal case information and custody status of inmates (AP).