National District Attorneys Association
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Who does NCPVAW Serve?

Prosecuting Attorneys

  • State and local prosecutors, including elected and appointed officials and their deputies / assistants
  • United States Attorneys
  • Military Trial Counsel
  • Tribal Prosecutors
  • Prosecutors from Foreign Countries

Police Officers

  • State and Local Law Enforcement Officers as defined by their states / localities
  • Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs
  • Police administrators / policy making officials
  • Tribal Police
  • Military Police
  • Federal Law Enforcement Officers and Agencies
  • Investigators within
    Prosecutors’ offices

Victim Advocates

  • Advocates employed by police and prosecutors’ offices
  • Community and faith-based victim advocates
  • Shelter care workers, including therapists
  • Child Advocates

Child Protection Workers

  • Case managers
  • Guardians ad litem
  • Attorneys representing Child Protection Agencies


Civil Attorneys

  • Attorneys who are assisting a victim of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking, including those employed by shelters to provide legal assistance to victims and attorneys who are helping victims to obtain or litigate Protective / Restraining Order cases

Community Advocates

  • Churches and other faith-based agencies who are assisting victims of domestic and sexual violence, stalking, and dating violence
  • Shelter care workers
  • Domestic and Sexual Violence Service Agencies
  • Crisis Interventionists

Medical Personnel

  • Forensic Nurse Examiners
  • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners
  • Forensic Pathologists
  • Hospital Social Workers and Therapists
  • Physicians
  • Paramedics and other Medical Professional First Responders




PLEASE NOTE: We are not first responders. We also cannot represent you legally. If you are in danger please contact local law enforcement.