BWJP has extensive experience in criminal and civil justice interventions and practices to assist professionals and organizations in a variety of ways in their work on domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking matters.

BWJP provides technical assistance to the following professionals and organizations:

  • Advocates and Victim Service Providers
  • Attorneys
  • Family Court Practitioners (GALs, evaluators, etc.)
  • Judges and Court Staff (criminal, family and protection order)
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Law School Clinics
  • Military Personnel
  • Policymakers
  • Probation Staff
  • Prosecutors and Victim/Witness Staff
  • State and Tribal Coalitions
  • Tribal Personnel

To assist these professionals and organizations, BWJP provides the following types of technical assistance:

Consultation
  • On-site, phone or email consultations regarding issues and practices related to criminal and civil justice interventions
  • Consultation and assistance with specific cases, including legal research and analysis, case strategy and appellate work
  • Facilitation of peer-to-peer networking and referral
  • Identification and assessment of current responses and implementation of improved practices and policies
Policy Analysis
  • Research and development of legal and policy papers on emerging criminal and civil justice issues involving domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking
  • E-newsletters that highlight new developments in law, policy and practice that involve domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking
  • Identification of “best practice” initiatives in domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking response from across the country