National Public Safety Information Bureau

Press Releases Announces Special 90-Day Rate Protection for New Clients

Attn: Victim Assistance Grant Coordinators - VSTracking announces ninety-day rate increase protection program

Mancos - Colorado (CO), January 17, 2018

PRESS RELEASE, the most affordable, complete and easy-to-use case management and grant reporting platform for victim advocates on the market today is announcing that rates will increase ever so slightly for new business but does not affect current clients. Because VSTracking was created by a victim advocate with eleven years of service, we’re careful about keeping our promise to provide the most fully featured and useful program, as economically as possible. 

As such, over a thousand advocates in fifteen states tell us that they eliminated those cumbersome paper forms and spreadsheets once and for all by moving to VSTracking.

You’re invited to take a test drive and see for yourself. Visit and click on our 14-Day Free Trial button. There’s no steep learning curve and in just minutes you’ll be using the fully-featured live program.

As a VSTracking subscriber, you receive all of this for one annual price – NO added costs:
- continuous upgrades and improvements
- top-tier technical support
- the ability to have any number of users
- your starting rate is your permanent lifetime rate

Because VSTracking is portable and works from any device (phone, tablet or laptop, etc.,) it allows you to spend more time in the field. And when the time comes for generating the reports you need for your grants there’s no more chaos or stress. You simply push a button. VSTracking can even flag any missing data before you hit the button.

Any victim assistance agency that signs up for the no-obligation 14-Day Free Trial before February 1st will immediately have ninety days rate protection as a benefit while they see firsthand how VSTracking will improve their office’s case tracking and reporting duties.

Signup for your 14-Day Free Trial today – go to (NO credit card required)



Frank Elge