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Worthless Check Program

Unlawfully issuing a bad check is a crime.  The Check Enforcement Program assists merchants in recovering losses from intentionally written bad checks.  The Program is FREE to all victims who accept a bad check in Peoria County.

State's Attorney's Office: Victim Notification

The IL VINE/AVN (Automated Victim Notification) System is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or internet to search for information regarding their offender’s custody status and register to receive telephone and email notification when their offender’s custody status changes.  Crime victims can also search and register for up-to-date information about their court cases. The service is brought to Illinois by the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.

VINE is the nation's leading victim notification service that allows crime victims, witnesses, or concerned citizens across the USA to obtain timely and reliable information and the custody status of offenders, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, over the telephone, via the web, email, or by mail.

Register Now!

  • For help registering, contact the Peoria County State's Attorney's Victim/Witness Division at (309) 672-6094.
  • To register yourself online, go to the VINELink website.
  • Register by phone at (866) 566-8439.

Automated Victim's Notification Brochure

Automated Victim's Notification Brochure in Spanish

 

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Worthless Check Program

Unlawfully issuing a bad check is a crime.  The Check Enforcement Program assists merchants in recovering losses from intentionally written bad checks.  The Program is FREE to all victims who accept a bad check in Peoria County.

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