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NAVY SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (SAPR) PROGRAM

Our Mission

Prevent and respond to sexual assault, eliminating it from our ranks through a balance of focused education, comprehensive response, compassionate advocacy, and just adjudication in order to promote professionalism, respect, and trust, while preserving Navy mission readiness.
 

Our Vision

Promote and foster a culturally aware and informed Navy respectful of all, intolerant of sexual assault, and supported by a synergistic program of prevention, advocacy, and accountability

Listed below are a few of the Navy SAPR Resource Pages:


 

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (SAPR) PREVENTION & TRAINING

   

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (SAPR) TRAINING

 

4/C MIDN Training

"Above Board" Interactive Training

"Above Board" Facilitator Guide


3/C MIDN Training

"Broken Trust" SAPR video

"Above Board" Interactive Training (optional in lieu of, or in addition to, the "Broken Trust" video)


2/C MIDN Training

SAPR-L Video

SAPR-L Facilitator Guides


1/C MIDN Training

Pre-Commissioning Video

Pre-Commissioning Facilitator Guide


Active Duty GMT

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness - Facilitation Guide

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness - GMT (Zip File - ~11mb)

Broken Trust - The Impact of Sexual Assault LQ (video)


Additional Training Resources -

Recommended review prior to Summer Cruise: http://willinteractive.com/play/above-board-tutorials

Atlantic Facilitators Guide

"The Atlantic" graphic novel on consent

 


Please note: A password is required to access these videos. To obtain the password, please contact your NROTC Unit's SAPR POC or the NSTC SAPR POC at (847) 688-7600 ext. 178 or email: NSTCSAPR@navy.mil

 

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (SAPR) CONTACTS

   

NSTC SAPR CONTACTS


NSTC SAPR POC:
Comm: (847) 688-7600 ext. 178
email: NSTCSAPR@navy.mil

NSTC FDO:
Comm: (847) 772-2309

OTC SAPR:
Comm: (401) 841-7950

RTC SAPR:
Comm: (847) 688-6270 ext. 4

   

What's New

RESEARCH & REPORTS

Conducting and reviewing sexual assault-related research and reports is a crucial part of the DoD's sexual assault prevention and response program. Sexual assault-related research by the DoD and other Government Agencies helps identify factors pertaining to sexual assault and can also serve as the data source and foundation for future sexual assault program enhancements.

White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. (2014). Not alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault

Behind the Scenes at DoD Safe Helpline (3:32). Survivors of sexual assault in the military can get a behind the scenes look into the DoD Safe Helpline in this short video which features Safe Helpline staff discussing everything from confidentiality issues to what survivors can expect when they call.

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (SAPR) RESOURCES

Resources: Healthy Masculinity and Healthy Gender Norms:

National Sexual Violence Resource Center: It's Time...To Talk About Gender Norms

PreventConnect.org(2012). Promoting healthy masculinity: A strategy to prevent sexual and domestic violence (Web conference recording).

Men Can Stop Rape (2012). Healthy Masculinity Action Guide

Resources: Healthy Sexuality:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014). Sexual Violence Prevention: Beginning the Dialogue

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (2012). Healthy Sexuality: A Guide for Advocates, Counselors, and Prevention Educators.

STATISTICS

Navy Sexual Assault Statistics (2013)

  • In FY13, there were a total of 1,037 sexual assault reports in the Navy (256 restricted reports, 801 unrestricted reports).
  • Victims who were involved in USN-initiated FY13 investigations were predominately female (83%), USN service members (83%), and in the 19-22 age range (51%).
  • Of the total FY13 initiated investigations, 51 percent of sexual assault incidents occurred on base; 43 percent occurred off base.
  • In FY13 unrestricted reports, 27 percent of sexual assault incidents occurred in private residences, 16 percent in the barracks, 16 percent on board ships or aircraft carriers, and 11 percent in hotels.
  • In 67 percent of FY13 unrestricted investigations of sexual assault, a service member was victimized by another service member.
[Source: Department of Defense (DoD). (2014). Department of Defense Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military. Available at www.sapr.mil]

Civilian Sexual Assault Statistics (2013)

  • Nearly 1 in 5 women (18 percent) and 1 in 71 men (1 percent) have been raped in their lifetime.
  • Most female victims of completed rape (79.6 percent) experienced before the age of 25; 42.2 percent experienced their first completed rape before 18 years of age.
  • More than one quarter of male victims of completed rape (27.8 percent) experienced their first rape when they were 10 years of age or younger.
[Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (dcd). (2012). National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS).]

LEGAL RESOURCES


Provides legal information and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, including information on Federal, State, and Tribal laws and statutes, staying safe, preparing for court and how to find a lawyer.

The Home Front Legal Information Center provides both general and military-specific legal information. The Directory of Programs includes information on Military Legal Assistance Offices, Legal Aid and Pro Bono Programs, and Lawyer Referral Programs, and is searchable by state.

OTHER RESOURCES

Information and resources for victims of stalking, hosted by the National Center for Victims of Crime:

Has publications on a variety of general crime victim topics, including crime victim services, crime victimization, health, international issues, legal resources, specific populations and victim advocacy, as well as publications specifically addressing sexual violence:

NOVA's mission is to champion dignity and compassion for those harmed by crime and crisis. Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national victim assistance organization.

Administers financial and technical assistance to communities across the country that are developing programs, policies and practices aimed at ending domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.

Provides an extensive "Get Help Series" of general information for crime victims and providers. NCVC also hosts the Stalking Resource Center, a press center and information on civil litigation and public policy.

Information on research and evaluation priorities, effective responses, victims and perpetrators and downloadable NIJ and NIJ-sponsored publications:

SAPR TIP OF THE MONTH

DoD Safe Helpline Follow Up Support:
Safe Helpline staff now provide an option to Safe Helpline users who have not yet reported their sexual assault to a military authority to receive follow-up calls. These check-ins allow Safe Helpline staff to answer any further questions the user may have regarding the resources provided. For additional information:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/safehelpline/Follow+Up+Support+Info+Paper+Final+copy+11.25.15.pdf
 
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