As jurisdictions across the country struggle to enhance their response to domestic violence, abusive partner intervention programs are exploring new ways to increase both accountability and victim safety. These recent developments build on work done over the past 25 years to build a community response that is more responsive to the needs of victims and their children. Communities across the country are looking for new ways to include abusive partner intervention in their approach to domestic violence and are in need of flexible, research-informed, and holistic approaches that are tailored to the needs of participants. For many communities, this can be a challenge. For example, many courts struggle to balance the need to hold offenders accountable with the resources in their community to provide programming that meets the needs of participants and reflects the values and culture of their communities. This webinar will provide practical strategies for communities seeking to enhance offender accountability and engagement through discussion of research-informed innovative national practices.