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In addition to the written notification services, the Victim Services Division offers automated telephone services.
VNS registrants can call (877) 894-8463 and enter their PIN (Personal Identification Number) to obtain limited offender information 24 hours a day in English or Spanish.
Tx CVC Services: The TDCJ Victim Services Division Victim Offender Mediation Dialogue (VOMD) program, in accordance with Code of Criminal Procedure art.
56.13, provides an opportunity for victims or surviving family members of violent crime to initiate an in-person meeting with the TDCJ offender responsible for their victimization.
The Victim Services Division processes received unsolicited letters from offenders incarcerated in TDCJ - Correctional Institutions Division (adult prison system) expressing apologies to the victims of their crimes.
To reduce the likelihood of possible re-victimization, the VSD processes appropriate apology letters according to the established division procedures.The goal of the Tx CVC is to provide focus, leadership, and coordination necessary to continue and improve services so that victims are afforded a full measure of justice and all possible assistance.The Tx CVC was established and operated by the Governor’s Office in 1983 until its official transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Victim Services Division (VSD) in March of 1996.Does it seem more difficult to find love if you have a disability? Check out Vilissa's etiquette tips Spouses With Autism Share Both Sides of Their Love Story Anita and Abraham, a married couple who both have ASD, give a "He Said, She Said" take on their story. How to Make the First Date Great When Dating with a Disability Amy Taklif, a medical social worker, offers first date etiquette and advice on how to stay true to yourself while looking for love. The Dos and Don'ts of Digitally Finding Love Easterseals Thrive's Erin Hawley has tried online dating with websites for people with disabilities, general online dating websites as well as social media. Online Dating 101 with a Disability Read on to learn how Erin took charge of her love life.A Psychologist Who Uses Her Own Dating-with-a-Disability Advice Dr. Dating and Relationships with Autism Maurice Snell, who has ASD, shares his journey in love and relationships, including his best dating advice. Getting Past Fears of Dating with a Disability Chad Cunningham shied away from the dating scene until his 20s.If requested through TDCJ-VSD, VNS registrants can receive an automated telephone call when an offender is being processed for release.