Invited Members

The IPVDRT relies on an additional group of professionals to assist with death reviews and provide recommendations for systems and policy improvement. These professionals are invited members of the IPVDRT based on their unique expertise of domestic and sexual violence as it relates to their respective professions.

Invited members must speak with the Program Manager and sign the team’s Confidentiality Agreement prior to attending their first meeting in order to participate in confidential death review sessions.

The following are some of our invited member agencies:

2nd Judicial District Attorney’s Office

2nd Judicial District Court

Albuquerque Indian Health Board

Albuquerque Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Collaborative

Albuquerque Police Department, Family Abuse Stalking and Training Team

Albuquerque Police Department, Homicide

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Catholic Charities

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

Domestic Violence Resource Center

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Victim Assistance

Help End Abuse for Life, Inc., Ruidoso

Jicarilla Apache Behavioral Health

New Mexico Asian Family Center

New Mexico Attorney General’s Office

New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department, Domestic Violence Unit

New Mexico Corrections Department, Probation and Parole Division

New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission

New Mexico Department of Health, Child Fatality Review

New Mexico Forum for Youth in Community

New Mexico Legal Aid

North Central Community Based Services

Pueblo of Jemez Department of Social Services

S.A.F.E. House

Santa Fe Police Department

Tewa Women United

Unified Solutions Tribal Community Development Group, Inc.

University of New Mexico, Institute of Public Law

University of New Mexico, School of Medicine

University of New Mexico, Graduate Medical Education

University of New Mexico, School of Law

University of New Mexico Hospital, Social Work Case Management