The Office of the State Attorney for the 10th Circuit is committed to ensuring that victims of crime are treated fairly as their case moves through the criminal justice system. In order to provide victims with information on case events, the Office of the State Attorney has developed the Victim Notification System (VNS).
This free automated system provides important court event information to victims. In each case, the victim will receive a letter containing a Victim Identification Number, and general information pertaining to the victim's case and/or any defendants in the case. If VNS has your email address, you will be notified each time a court event related to the case is updated. Email is the fastest way of notification provided by VNS. The purpose of the victim notification system is to provide victims information about upcoming events in a particular criminal case, but it does not provide detailed information about cases.
The SAO10 VNS site includes:
All VNS letter notifications contain a Victim Identification Number (VIN) that will allow you to access VNS via the Internet.
VNS Notification Methods
VNS Letter/Email Notifications:
The first notification generated by VNS will be sent by letter (if VNS has a current and correct postal mailing address for you) and by email (if VNS has your email address). After the letter is sent to you, you will not receive further notification by letter unless you notify the VNS that you would prefer to continue to receive letters. If you register your email address with the VNS, you will receive an email each time your case is updated. You may also continue to use your VIN. Your VIN will access your case(s) one the VNS website while the matter is open, and for 90 days after it is closed. The email notices contain the same information as letter notifications provided by VNS. What if I need more information that is available through the VNS?
Please fill out this form if you find any incorrect information regarding your case.
Let us know if you would like to be notified of changes regarding your case.