Building Effective Partnerships Between 
Victim Advocates and Prosecutors
The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA), through its Domestic Violence Prosecution Committee, has established a “Value of Victim Advocates” subcommittee to elevate the importance of prosecutors working with victim advocates to support victims and enhance the prosecutorial response. The subcommittee is made up of both prosecutors and victim advocates from major county offices across the country, with the goal of developing tools and resources for the field that can bolster these collaborative relationships in order to support victims and strengthen case outcomes.
This three question survey is intended to help us determine the most useful and needed tools for the field. This survey will take approximately 5 minutes and we ask that you complete it by Friday, July 21st.

Individual responses are confidential and your answers will remain anonymous. For questions or concerns, please contact Sr. Program Manager Aviva Kurash at