Sexual violence against women and children is a highly sensitive crime that must be handled professionally. Sexual violence investigators must have adequate abilities to provide the best assistance to victims. The purpose of this research is to improve the ability of investigators to handle cases of sexual violence against women and children. This research was conducted using a library research approach, and content analysis was used as the data analysis approach. Based on the research findings, customized training and development for investigators can increase their capacity to handle cases of sexual violence against women and children. This training includes effective and ethical questioning tactics, case analysis, and compassionate victim therapy. The findings of this study suggest that several techniques, including training and development, greater use of technology, and better coordination among relevant organizations, can improve investigators' ability to handle cases of sexual violence against women and children.