The MITP's protocol on victim assistance, developed in 2016, provided assistance to all 21 victims.
In 2017, MITP's interagency group published a comprehensive referral guide for all agencies involved in the group to highlight social services and programs offered for victims.
The government created a specific line item budget, for 102.6 million Chilean pesos ($167,040), for MITP's continued implementation of the 2015-2018 national action plan, primarily aimed at victim assistance and protection.
Functional chief representatives approve the MITP. This Senior Executive Service-level oversight ensures the program is nested in the overall mission and direction of each career path.
The program manager ensures that the interns understand the program requirements, complete distance learning in accordance with the schedule, and meet all of the training objectives addressed in the MITP.