Support Avenue Bldg. Sexual harassment and sexual assault have no place in the Armed Forces. Sexual harassment is a form of gender discrimination that involves unwelcome sexual advances, sexual innuendo, request for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. We value your privacy. Restricted Reporting offers Soldiers and Family members except children under the age of 18 the option to report a sexual assault without having to notify law enforcement and protecting the identity of the victim. This option is only available if you report the incident to your victim advocate, medical care facility, or sexual assault response coordinator SARC.
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This type of reporting will not trigger the official investigative process or notify chain of command. Available to Active Duty personnel and Family members 18 years of age and up. Civilians have only the unrestricted option. This type of report will start the official investigative process and notify the chain of command. While there is no sure way to prevent sexual assault, taking a few safety precautions can lower your risk of potentially becoming a victim :. I have been sexually assaulted. What should I do?
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Is an integrated, proactive effort by the Army to end to sexual harassment and sexual assault within its ranks Permeates the Army structure from the Pentagon down to the individual Soldier level Has full-time staff at brigade level and above Promotes cultural change across the Army with a vision toward a culture of discipline and respect in which Soldiers intervene in sexual harassment and sexual assault to protect one another Includes a comprehensive effort to educate leaders and Soldiers about sexual harassment and sexual assault Employs a concrete training program that teaches them to be alert to serial offender tactics, to intervene to stop incidents and disrupt offenders, and where and how to seek help. Provides commanders with the essential resources, education, and training they need to succeed in bringing an end to sexual harassment and sexual assault in the Army. As part of the Army's SHARP Program, commanders have the ultimate responsibility for command climate and culture, safety, prevention and response efforts, accountability, assessment, and safe reporting. The SHARP Program's sexual harassment prevention efforts are complemented by the Army's Equal Employment Opportunity Program, which provides a sexual harassment complaint process for Civilian employees, and Equal Opportunity Program, which includes military sexual harassment complaints. These professionals also support commanders with prevention, training, and awareness efforts.