The Alaska Department of Corrections has a toll-free automated inmate information and notification service. Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Victims and concerned citizens can call the toll-free number 1-800-247-9763 or click on the website link and receive an inmate's current location and tentative release date. Victims and concerned citizens may also register to receive an automated notification when an inmate is released, transferred to a halfway house, escapes, is placed on electronic monitoring, transferred to another jurisdiction, or dies while in custody. The VINE system is anonymous and confidential.
The Alaska Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) consists of police chiefs and executives from all areas of law enforcement in the State of Alaska. It is their mission to enhance the quality and effectiveness of Alaska's criminal justice system.
Alaska Peace Officers Association - Making a Difference in the Last Frontier The Alaska Peace Officers Association is a dynamic, professional and non-partisan organization. Our membership consists of law enforcement, corrections, prosecutors, security professionals and others at the local, state and federal levels
Courtview is Alaska’s online resource of court cases filed with the Alaska Court System. You can search by court case number or by the name of one of the parties..
The International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) is an international organization of training managers and executives dedicated to the improvement of public safety personnel.
The Alaska Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates.
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) is dedicated to providing high quality training to all public safety organizations. FLETC’s resident training has provided the knowledge and skills needed to protect our democratic institutions and preserve law and order. Now, the FLETC Virtual Campus provides this same consistent, high quality training anytime, anywhere - via the Internet. This approach allows public safety professionals the ability to access training resources that may not be available to them, otherwise.
Information on how best to go about starting a community Neighborhood Watch program.