This toolkit is not a protocol, but rather a collection of resources that service providers may use to formalize, expand on, or evaluate their interagency responses. Communities considering a SART response and communities that already have a coordinated response but want to improve or expand it may use the toolkit to help— customize their outreach to victims and provide culturally specific services, increase accessibility of services, expand services to improve investigative and prosecutorial practices, enhance multijurisdictional responses (working among local, state, federal, tribal, military, and campus jurisdictions), and form permanent partnerships within the community to help ensure the SART model is sustained over time.