National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) National Multidisciplinary Conference on Domestic Violence: Breaking the Cycle of Violence (October 24-28, 2022)

Workshop “Seeking Justice and Safety for Undocumented Victims & Their Families” (October 25, 2022)

PowerPoint Presentation

If you are a law enforcement officer, prosecutor, or a victim advocate or other staff working for a law enforcement or prosecution agency and are working with immigrant victims and you would like to receive case specific technical assistance on immigration protections for immigrant survivors of domestic and sexual violence victims and their children, please call NIWAP for technical assistance at (202) 274-4457 or email us at

More tools for law enforcement and prosecution agencies are available in NIWAP’s web library.

Law Enforcement and Prosecutor Roundtables: NIWAP offers Virtual Roundtables peer-to-peer learning opportunities exclusively for officials and staff working for law enforcement and prosecution agencies. Sign up here.  

NIWAP’s roundtables are led by law enforcement and prosecutor faculty, offer an opportunity for peer-to-peer learning, can be joined on-line of by conference call, and provide ongoing training and technical assistance to officers and staff at law enforcement and prosecution agencies.  When you sign up you choose the list exclusively open to staff working at law enforcement and prosecution agencies.  You can also elect to sign up for NIWAP’s general outreach list to receive notices of trainings, webinars, new materials, resources and policies.

Community of Practice for Victim Advocates: Systems based victim advocates and other victim advocates working for law enforcement and prosecution agencies are encouraged to join NIWAP’s Victim Advocate Community of Practice which provides ongoing peer-to-peer learning opportunities to support victim advocates in their work with immigrant survivors. Sign up to join here.

Law Enforcement, Prosecutor and Systems-Based Victim Advocate Podcast Series: For law enforcement and prosecutors on best practices and special issues that arise in working with immigrant victims. Includes discussions with law enforcement and prosecutor experts on the U visa and the T visa.

NIWAP’s Technical Assistance for Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, and Systems-Based Victim Advocates

Forms of Immigration Relief

Glossary of Terms for Work with Immigrant Survivors

Department of Homeland Security Policies: Important to Work with Immigrant Victims

U and T Visas

VAWA Confidentiality and State Court Discovery

Training Materials



Know Your Rights Information

U Visa as a Crime-Fighting Tool

Screening Tools and Collaboration

State U and T Visa Certification Laws

VAWA Self-Petition

Language Access

VAWA Confidentiality

Public Benefits for Systems-Based and Other Victim Advocates

Prosecutor’s Tools Enhancing Work with Immigrant Crime Victims

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