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  • DoD and DAF honor Airmen and Guardians for their exceptional work with victim support and prevention

    Capt. Vikki Flores was on her way from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona to her new assignment in the National Capital Region when she learned she was to be honored as a 2022 Liz Blanc Exceptional Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) of the Year Award recipient.“It was a pretty pleasant surprise during my seven day trip across the
  • Men Are Victims Too...

    When someone mentions sexual assault, usually those within the room think about women being assaulted. It may not be as common, but men are targeted, preyed upon and assaulted as well. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 1 in 71 men are assaulted, or suffer from an attempt, within their life. One is too many.Men and
  • Sexual Assault Survivor Promotes SAPR Resources

    People often say it’s important to talk to someone when a crisis happens. What if that crisis, though, is sexual assault? Discussing such a traumatic event, even with friends and family, may be extremely difficult for the victim.“Just because you’re family, it doesn’t mean you need to ask a thousand questions and push it, and stress that person out
  • SAPR, SHARP host ‘Got Your Six’ Glow Run

    As part of a campaign to spread awareness, show support and eliminate sexual assaults, the 379th Air Base Wing’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program and the U.S. Army’s Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Prevention Program held a combined virtual 6K “Got Your Six” glow run centered around the Hashtag #notjustApril, Aug. 13 and 14, 2020, at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar.
  • CATCH gives investigators chance to identify serial offenders

    The Catch a Serial Offender (CATCH) program gives sexual assault victims making a restricted report the opportunity to anonymously disclose suspect information to help the Department of Defense identify serial offenders. CATCH allows adult sexual assault victims (active duty, retired and their adult dependents) to discover if their attacker may
  • SAPR Office remains open through COVID-19

    Every year the Department of Defense recognizes April as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. This year’s theme is “Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission,” and while April 2020 is significantly different than years prior, people are still the top priority of the 432nd Wing/432nd Air Expeditionary Wing.
  • COVID-19 ops: SAPR office continues to raise awareness

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and even during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office is finding ways to raise awareness.
  • SAPR Spotlight: Meet Capt. Ana Clark

    The theme of SAAPM is "Protecting our People Protects our Mission" and this SAPR Spotlight falls on Capt. Ana Clark, a logistics management specialist in the 414th Supply Chain Management Squadron and the Hill AFB Alternate Sexual Assault Response Coordinator.
  • 151st ARW welcomes new SARC

    In February 2019, Nathan Reid became the first full-time Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for the 151st Air Refueling Wing. After one year on the job, Reid feels like he has hit his stride.
  • LRAFB hosts SAPR Survivors Luncheon

    Two survivors of sexual assault shared their stories with the hopes of leaving attendees with a greater understanding and awareness of how words or lack of words impact victims’ process of healing.
  • Team Hill gathers for human trafficking awareness

    Allison Smith, education and outreach specialist for the Trafficking in Persons Program with the Refugee and Immigrant Center in Salt Lake City, recently spoke to more than 60 base personnel and community partners who gathered to learn about human trafficking.
  • VVA Course: volunteers help victims get their power back

    Team Shaw’s volunteer victim advocates work within the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program to provide crucial services to individuals who experience sexual assault, such as conducting nonclinical assessments, coordinating referrals and accompanying victims to appointments including medical evaluations and investigative interviews.
  • Fairchild SAPR launches CATCH program

    Team Fairchild’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team implemented a new Department of Defense-wide, confidential sexual assault reporting program Aug. 5, for victims of sexual assault to provide information about their incident. The Catch a Serial Offender program, or CATCH, allows sexual assault victims who file a restricted report to confidentially provide information about the suspect and incident to military criminal investigators to identify individuals suspected of multiple sexual assault incidents.
  • New DOD Program Leaves Sexual Predators Nowhere to Hide

    A new Defense Department program called Catch a Serial Offender, or "CATCH," aims to make it more difficult for perpetrators of sexual assault to evade identification and capture by law enforcement. While the new tool isn't good news for offenders, it's expected to allow victims making a restricted report of sexual assault — a reporting mechanism that allows a victim to remain confidential — to help investigators do a better job of finding wrongdoers and bring them to justice.
  • Congratulations to Air Force SAPR Award Winners

    The Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office awarded Dr. Mamie Futrell of Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, the Air Force exceptional Sexual Assault Response Coordinator of the Year, and the Air Force awarded Elenah Kelly of Pope Army Air Field, North Carolina, the Exceptional SAPR Victim Advocate of the Year and the
  • Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Symposium

    On April 4th 2019, the 21st Space Wing Office of the Staff Judge Advocate conducted a Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention symposium here at Peterson Air Force Base for command leadership, superintendents and supervisors.
  • SAPR hands out items to raise awareness

    Cecilia Smith, 50th Space Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Coordinator, assists an Airman while running a Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, Month of the Military Child and National Child Abuse Prevention Month booth outside the Satellite Dish Dining Facility at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, April 5, 2019. The booth featured T-shirts, pens and other items to raise awareness of this month’s many causes. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman William Tracy)
  • Protecting our People Protects our Mission

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and the theme of this year’s breakfast is “Protecting our People Protects our Mission.” A SAAPM breakfast will be held from 7:30-9 a.m. April 16 at the Hill Aerospace Museum.
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