(Victim Information and Notification Everyday)

What Is VINE?
VINE is an anonymous service provided at no cost to the public for the purpose of providing notification when certain changes occur to an inmate’s custody status.

Users are able to register an e-mail address and/or telephone numbers in order to be notified when an inmate is released, is pending release (for sentenced inmates with scheduled release dates), or when transferred to a facility in another county or state prison.

How to Register with VINE
To take advantage of this system:

Who’s In Jail
Once you locate the correct inmate, click his/her name to view the inmate’s information page.
About halfway down the page, you will see a link to register for inmate status notifications. Click on that link.
A new browser window will open giving you access to the VINE web site. Simply follow the directions to register your email and/or phone numbers.

PLEASE NOTE: When registering with VINE, please make certain you enter your email address and/or phone number correctly. The Williamson County Sheriff’s Department will not know if you have entered incorrect information, and an entry error will prevent you from getting important notifications.

You may also register by calling VINE toll-free at (877) 411-5588, or by going directly to the VINE web site.

Click here or the logo below to go directly to the VINE website