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ARMY SHARP TEST STUDY GUIDE
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SHARP Campaign Phases
Leader Commitment, Armywide Commitment, Achievement of Cultural Change, Sustainment, Refinement and Sharing
What is Sexual Harassment?
Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal and physical conduct of a sexual nature.
What is the SHARP campaign overall Vision?
To eliminate sexual harassment
Intervene, Act, Motivate
What are the Victims Rights?
Right to be treated with dignity and respect, Right to be present, Right to notification, Right to be heard, Right to information and referral
What are the Victims Special Rights?
Right to Privacy, employer intercession and prompt return of property
What Policy covers DA Civilians in regards to sexual harassment?
What is EEO?
Equal Employment Office
What regulation covers family members and Soldier in regards to Sexual Harassment?
AR 600-20 Army Command Policy and AR27-10 Military Justice
What is the SHARP Program Mission?
Awareness, prevention, training, education, victim advocacy, response, reporting and accountability
What are the SHARP Program 4 Functional areas?
Program Management, prevention, response and training
What is Victimology?
the study of criminal act and its effect on the victim
What is program management?
involves supporting the unit commander in developing and executing sexual harassment and sexual assault reduction campaigns
What is prevention?
stopping sexual harassment before it starts
What is Intervention?
stepping in and mitigating after a event has started
What are the 4 Prevention steps?
Know the rules, Reduce the threats, promote awareness, influence behavior
What is culture?
system of beliefs and ideals and values
What are the Army Values?
Loyalty Duty Respect Selfless Service Honor Integrity Personal courage
What is Climate in regards to sexual harassment?
The recurring patterns of behavior, attitudes and feelings that characterize life in an organization
Commanders have to do a climate survey when?
90 days of assuming command or 180 days for reserve
What do you use to brief the commander?
prevention action plan
What are sexual innuendoes?
indirect sexual references
What are the 3 Categories of Sexual Harassment?
Verbal, Non-verbal, and Physical
What are theTwo Types of Sexual Harassment?
Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment
Intent vs Impact?
when you don't intentionally mean to offend someone and has a devastating impact
What is Reasonable Person Standard?
What the commander uses to make a decision on sexual harassment
Misperceptions of Social Norms Pluralistic Ignorance
"Maybe its just me"
What are the 5 Techniques of dealing with sexual harassment?
Direct Approach, Indirect, third party assistance, Chain command and file an informal or formal complaint
All discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation will sent to?
to the commander or Inspector General
Listen to Hear.....
not to speak
Name 2 psychological Effects of sexual harassment?
confusion, embarrassment, guilt, victim blaming, shame, denial, fear
What is active listening?
when the listener focuses his or her complete attention on the speaker
The listener must......
suspend judgment, self interest and defensiveness
Who do you work for as the SHARP rep?
Is there confidentiality with the commander?
Formal complaints are processed at what level?
What is the difference between formal and informal complaint?
formal is written
What is a indirect approach example?
emails, letters or text message
In regards to situational analysis, what are the 3 questions to ask?
What is the Context, Who else is Present and Who is the Subject
Communication Style +Approach=Success
agressive, passive aggressive and passive (Assertive)
Specific Feedback is?
individualized and specific to the person
Civilians have how many days to file a formal complaint?
45 up to 180
Military and family members have how many days to file a complaint?
Civilians have how many agencies they can contact?
4 agencies. Office of the special council, inspector general, merit system protection board, office of the SJA Labor counselor
Military can report to how many agencies?
Can you appeal punishment?
No. You can only appeal process errors
What form is used to file a formal complaint?
DA Form 7279
The GMCA must be notified within how many days of a complaint?
What is Reprisal?
Actions or threats to take unfavorable personnel actions
What is Substantiated evidence?
a complaint is substantiated if evidence supports the basis of he complaint
What is unsubstantiated evidence
if there is no preponderance of evidence to support the basis of the complaint
How many days to file an appeal?
Follow up assessment must be done within? and must be on a DA Form?
30-45 days; DA 7279-1
Complaint process consist of?
Complainant, Subject, SHARP, SARC, any Witnesses
The Benefits of an Prevention Campaign are?
reduce cost, increased well being of the soldier, reduce investigation and incarceration cost, reduce short and long term medical costs for victims, reduce recruitment and training costs and reduce sick leave ETC
What is VWAP?
victim witness assistance program
What is Response?
responsibilities occur after an event has happened
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