HomeNewsArticle Display

SAPR program seeks volunteer victim advocates

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Volunteer victim advocates play a huge role in the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program at Travis AFB by providing support, liaison services and care to sexual assault survivors.  

The SAPR team is seeking mature, compassionate and understanding active duty and reserve members as well as civilians to become VVAs. 

Applicants must be at least a senior airman, first lieutenant or GS-9.  Additionally, they must be recommended by their squadron commander, interviewed by the SAPR team, attend a 40-hour initial training class, have a security clearance dated within the past five years, pass all background checks and earn accreditation from the Defense Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program.

For more information and the required paperwork, visit the Travis Sharepoint and click on the VVA tab. Completed packages must be submitted to the SAPR office by Sept. 30 to be in the Oct. 24-30 training class.  

For more information, contact the SAPR office at 707-424-1105 or 707-424-1098 or email 60AMW/CVS@us.af.mil