Information on Offenders
The Idaho Department of Correction (IDOC) has instituted a crime victims notification service, known as the VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) program. VINE is a toll-free, 24-hour telephone hotline. Users can call anonymously for offender custody status updates and register for automatic notification. The Idaho Commission of Pardons and Parole is a partner in the VINE project so that VINE also offers parole and probation information including parole hearing, case expiration and parole eligibility dates.
Victims may call the IDOC’s VINE Line at 877-VINE-4-ID (877-846-3443).
Information about the location and parole eligibility of offenders sentenced to the Idaho Department of Correction can be obtained by accessing IDOC’s Offender Search Page.
Information Regarding Convicted Felony Offenders
The Idaho Department of Correction has a internet search engine which makes information about felony offenders, such as location and parole dates, available to the general public. You may go to that web page by accessing the offender database search.
If you’ve been a victim of crime or have witnessed a crime in Bannock County, please report it to one of the following agencies: