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Union Leader Apr 22, 2020
When Sullivan County Department of Corrections Superintendent David Berry heard about a program that lets the victims of violent crimes track their assailants, he knew he wanted to bring it to New Hampshire.
“I thought it was a great idea,” he said.
VINE is a real-time notification program that not only allows the tracking of assailants, but when they are released from custody.
“If you were the victim of a domestic assault, or sexual assault, you would want to know,” Berry said. “It’s somewhat empowering.”