What is SAPR in the army?

The Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) promotes military readiness by eliminating sexual assault and ensuring excellence in victim advocacy and prevention efforts through the execution of SAPR policy, planning, and oversight across the DoD Community.

What is a SAPR UVA?

The Uniformed Victim Advocate (UVA) and Victim Advocate (VA) provide essential support and care to the victim to include providing non-clinical information on available options and resources to assist the victim in making informed decisions as they progress through resolution and healing.

Is the Army Sharp program working?

The Army’s sexual assault prevention program is broken. As former Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy detailed in a blunt assessment of the program in November, SHARP “hasn’t achieved its mandate” to eliminate sex crimes and the Army had “significant work to do to regain our soldiers’ trust” in the program.

Why does Sharp happen in the Army?

The Army’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program, known as SHARP, exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexual assaults before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army family.

Who is eligible for SAPR?

Who is eligible for SAPR support services? Active duty members, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard members and their dependents 18 and older who are eligible for treatment in the military health system, and Air Force civilian (appropriated and non-appropriated) employees.

Who is in charge of Sapr?

United States Department of Defense
This program runs in accordance with United States Department of Defense Instruction 6495.02 – SAPR program procedures.

Can military police take a restricted report?

At this time, only military personnel of the Armed Forces and their adult dependents are eligible to file a Restricted Report. Service members who were victims of sexual assault PRIOR to enlistment or commissioning are eligible to receive SAPR services under either reporting option.

Why is Sapr VA?

A SARC or SAPR VA addresses safety needs, explains the reporting options, services available, and assists with navigating the military criminal justice process. SARCs and SAPR VAs offer expertise to prepare victims for the road ahead and will advocate on behalf of a victim along the way.

How to complete SAPR one team one recommitted training?

All civilian employees are directed to complete the online SAPR:One Team One Fight – Recommitted training which will satisfy the in-person requirement. SAPR-C: One Team One Fight – Recommitted PDF Training If unable to log onto TWMS, review this PDF document and then self-certify your training completion.

Is there an in person SAPR training for civilian employees?

UPDATE August 2020: Due to the COVID-19 environment, there will NOT be a scheduled in-person SAPR training for civilian employees. All civilian employees are directed to complete the online SAPR:One Team One Fight – Recommitted training which will satisfy the in-person requirement.

What do you need to know about the SAPR VA?

The video provides SAFE information to survivors, their loved ones, and the entire DoD community. It addresses questions such as when can someone get a SAFE, what happens during a SAFE, and the role of a SARC or SAPR VA during or after a SAFE.

What does sapro stand for in the military?

DoD Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) is responsible for oversight of the Department’s sexual assault policy. SAPRO works hand-in-hand with the Services and the civilian community to develop and implement innovative prevention and response programs.