It discusses the importance of collaborative efforts to stop violence against Native women, defining "Coordinated Community Response" as:
- "An inter-agency effort which prioritizes the safety of children and integrity of women, and their children, and batterer accountability;
- An effort promoting the spiritual and cultural traditions of the sacredness of women and children;
- The establishment of policies, procedures and protocols which consistently promotes the safety of women, and the accountability of men who batter and the systems involved in this response; and
- An initiative which promotes and honors the leadership and expertise of women who have been battered."