InfoStrat developed the SAVIN Victim Notification System to help correction agencies manage contacts and alerts when offenders are transferred or released. State departments of correction and county jails must deploy a system for notifying victims, constituents, law enforcement officials and other stakeholders when an offender’s custody status changes.
SAVIN is built on the proven Microsoft Dynamics 365 and SharePoint platforms which provide flexibility, scalability, integration capabilities and powerful workflow features.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice - Victim Services Division launched a new Integrated Victim Services System (IVSS) that provides 24 hour access to offender information for crime victims, victim advocates, and criminal justice professionals. The system uses InfoStrat's SAVIN Victim Notification solution, which is built on Microsoft Dynamics 365.
The SAVIN solution provides victims with timely and accurate notifications of changes to offender custody and case status. Built on Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CRM), it leverages the best of breed technology which is regularly upgraded by Microsoft. It provides a wide range of tools for administrators including ad hoc reporting and query development, workflow management, internal alerting, integration with Microsoft Office, role-based security, and many other standard features.
Indiana Department of Correction Victim Notification
The Indiana Department of Correction called for a modern alert system to display accurate, more personalized alerts that would keep registrants informed of the Department's decisions.
InfoStrat, a division of Serenic Software, implemented the SAVIN solution based on Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CRM) in conjunction with an integrated website for alert registration. Indiana SAVIN uses cloud-based call center services, email notification, text message, text to speech and robo-calling.
SAVIN Victim Notification: 1-Day Assessment
InfoStrat offers a complimentary assessment to evaluate how SAVIN fits your victim notification programs. For more information, see our Microsoft AppSource listing.