Ohio National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program

SAPR ribbonAIR Advocate Toolkit

Responding to an Assault 

Victim Reporting Preference Statement DD Form 2910
Victim Advocate Sexual Assault Response Protocols  
Commander's Checklist for Unrestricted Reports of Sexual Assault  
Checklist for Initial Meetings  
Is it a Civil Rights Issue or a Criminal Act?  
   

Directives and Instructions

Document Retention in Cases of Restricted and Unrestricted Reports of Sexual Assault DTM 11-062
Expedited Transfer of Military Service Members who File Unrestricted Reports of Sexual Assault DTM 11-063
DOD Directive: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program DOD 6495.01
DOD Instruction: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program DOD 6495.02
Mental Health Counseling and Treatment and Security Clearances  
 
Policies: Uniform Code of Military Justice
New Victim Advocate Privilege - Executive Order 12.13.11
New Victim Advocate Privilege - Annex MRE 514
Document Name - Article 120  
Document Name - Article 125  
Document Name - Article 134  
Air Force Policy Directive 36-60 03.28.08
   
Resource Links and Documents
United States DOD Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO)  
SAPRO Newsletters  
DOD Rape and Sexual Assault Reporting Requirements for Competent Adult Victims 01.11.07
Overview of Mandatory State Reporting Laws Aug 2010
Rape Reporting Requirements for Competent Adult Victims: Ohio laws 07.16.10
Strategic Direction to the Joint Force on Sexual Assault and Prevention 05.07.12
National Guard Bureau Bystander Intervention Training  
   

 

Help for victims

SAPR HOME
ARMY Advocate Toolkit
AIR Advocate Toolkit
COMMUNITY Resources

ONG Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program Brochure


Sexual Assault Prevention
& Response Program Office
2825 W. Dublin-Granville Road
Columbus, Ohio 43235
614-336-4304 or 614-296-5401


Non-Emergency Assistance
877-751- 5628


SafeHelpline site

DOD Helpline: 877-995-5247
Text: *55-247 (inside U.S.)
202-470-5546 (outside U.S.)