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    Michigan Crime Victim Notification Network (MCVNN)

    The Michigan Crime Victim Notification Network (MCVNN) provides automated telephone notifications to registered crime victims and other concerned citizens in the event of the release of a prisoner.  Telephone notifications are immediate in cases such as an escape, release on bond, or discharge by Court Order.

    All registered persons must provide, in writing, MDOC Crime Victim Services with any changes in contact information.

    Anyone may call the MCVNN to obtain information regarding a prisoner's status during their incarceration. You may call the MCVNN toll-free line at (800) 770-7657 or click here to view the MCVNN Brochure .

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