- Integrated Victim Services System (IVSS)
The mission of the Victim Services Division is to provide a central mechanism for crime victims to participate in the Criminal Justice System.
IVSS stands for the Integrated Victim Services System operated by the TDCJ Victim Services Division. IVSS is a free, automated service that provides crime victims and Texas Department of Criminal Justice Victim Services Division with vital information and notification 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This system will allow you to obtain information about offenders in TDCJ custody or on parole/mandatory supervision and to register for notification of changes in offender status, such as offender release. All registrations through IVSS are kept completely confidential.
If you are a victim of crime, surviving family member, witness or concerned citizen, you can create an account and register for notifications on offenders in TDCJ custody or on parole/mandatory supervision in IVSS. You may search for offender status information and update your account at any time. Click here to register now
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TDCJ Victim Services
You can visit our main website for TDCJ Victim Services at the following link: http://www.tdcj.texas.gov/divisions/vs/index.html
Victim Services Division staff can also be reached at (800) 848-4284 or email@example.com.
Crime Victims' Rights
Victims of crime are guaranteed certain rights and participation in the criminal justice system under Texas law. Click here to learn more about Crime Victims’ Rights in Texas.
Portal User Guide
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Access FAQs about IVSS, victims’ rights and available services here.