AEquitas – works to improve the quality of justice in sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking cases by developing, evaluating, and refining prosecution practices that increase victim safety and offender accountability. Staff support prosecutors and allied professionals by conducting legal research; providing 24/7 case consultation; hosting specialized or state-specific training events and webinars; providing individual experts to jurisdictions and organizations; and publishing articles, monographs, and other resources on topics relevant to the prosecution of violence against women, Washington, DC. Newsletter.
Association of Prosecuting Attorneys – was founded as a national "think tank" to represent all prosecutors and provide additional resources such as training and technical assistance in an effort to develop proactive innovative prosecutorial practices that prevent crime, ensure equal justice and make our communities safer. APA is the only national organization to represent all prosecutors, including both appointed and elected prosecutors, as well as their deputies and assistants, whether they work as city attorneys, tribal prosecutors, district attorneys, state's attorneys, attorneys general or US attorneys. The association's activities include acting as a global form for the exchange of ideas, allowing prosecutors to collaborate with all criminal justice partners, conducting timely and effective technical assistance and providing access to technology for the enhancement of the prosecutorial function, Washington, DC.
National Association of Assistant United States Attorneys – founded in 1993 to protect, promote, foster and advance the mission of AUSAs and their responsibilities in promoting and preserving the Constitution of the United States, encouraging loyalty and dedication among AUSAs in support of the U.S. Department of Justice, and encouraging the just enforcement of laws of the United States. NAAUSA is the "bar association" for the more than 5,400 AUSAs throughout the country and the U.S. territories, Lake Ridge, VA.
National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators – provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information and the development of programs and services for the mutual benefit of prosecutor coordinators and prosecutors, Washington, DC.
National Black Prosecutors Association – the only professional membership organization dedicated to the advancement of blacks as prosecutors. Founded in 1983, the Association's membership is comprised of over 800 prosecutors nationwide and in Canada, Chicago, IL.
National Center for the Prosecution of Animal Abuse – a program of the National District Attorneys Association, created in partnership with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Animal Legal Defense Fund to educate and train prosecutors and allied professionals on the effective handling of animal cruelty and neglect cases, including cases involving the co-occurrence of animal abuse and violence to people. NDAA desires to bring greater awareness to the often misunderstood nature of animal maltreatment and how it can interconnect with family violence and contribute to lethality issues for victims of interpersonal violence, Alexandria, VA. Inaugural issue of the newsletter, Tales of Justice.
National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women – a program of the National District Attorneys Association, serves as the national resource for prosecutors and other criminal justice professionals working to stop violence against women, Alexandria, VA.
National District Attorneys Association – the oldest and largest professional organization representing criminal prosecutors in the world. Its members come from the offices of district attorneys, state's attorneys, attorneys general and county and city prosecutors with responsibility for prosecuting criminal violations in every state and territory of the United States, Alexandria, VA.
San Diego City Attorney's Domestic Violence Unit, San Diego, CA.