Survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and stalking often experience significant economic barriers and consequences of abuse. The criminal justice system has unique opportunities to ensure that survivors are not only protected from the full range of costs that perpetrators cause, but to also restore survivors financially. There are many existing tools and points of intervention that law enforcement, prosecutors, and the courts can use to address the economic dynamics of abuse. Applying an “economic lens” to the work of the criminal justice system can better promote survivor safety and uphold justice.