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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR)
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Although you may find it offensive or feel uncomfortable, changing _____ and _____ in the area of sexual assault prevention requires an open _____ among participants.
attitudes; behaviors; dialogue
What are the three sectors of the SAPR office?
1) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
2) Sexual Assault Victim Advocates
3) Volunteer Victim Advocates
What is the SAPR vision?
Establish a national benchmark for recovery and eliminate sexual assault through empowered and engaged Airmen.
What is the SAPR mission?
The day-to-day mission of the Air Force SAPR Office is to educate, advocate and collaborate to respond to and stop sexual assault and its harmful effects on the Air Force.
What is the first portion of the Air Force SAPR policy?
Sexual Assault is _____ that violates the standards the United States of America expects of its men and women serving in the Air Force and is inconsistent with the Air Force core values.
What is the second portion of the Air Force SAPR policy?
Airmen will strive to eliminate sexual assault by fostering a culture of _____ and _____ among Air Force members and provide environments free of sexual harassment and assault.
dignity; mutual respect
What is the third portion of the Air Force SAPR policy?
The SAPR program will provide _____ and _____ to all our military and civilian members throughout their Air Force careers, to prevent sexual assault, enhance _____ capability, establish _____ support, encourage victims to come forward and hold perpetrators of this crime appropriately accountable.
education; training; response; victim
What are the Air Force core values?
- integrity first
- service before self
- excellence in all we do
Inherent in the Air Force core values are:
- mutual respect
- respect for the Air Force as an institution
Describe the four components of the Ripple Effect.
1) Significant others may experience similar reactions and feelings as survivors
2) Negative responses can be a determinant of how damaging the sexual assault ends up being to the victim
3) Pressure from family members on the victim to remain silent or lie about an assault can be damaging
4) Air Force units also feel the effects of sexual assault
What office handles sexual harrassment?
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) office
Define sexual harassment.
form of sex discrimination that involves unwelcome sexual advances
What office handles sexual assault?
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPR) office
Define sexual assault.
intentional sexual contact
words or overt acts indicating a freely given agreement to the sexual conduct at issue by a competent person
True or False:
You can withdraw consent at any point.
Define victim blaming.
occurs when the victim of a crime or any wrongful act is held entirely or partially responsible for the harm that befell them
What is the most known risk-factor for sexual assault?
What agencies keep restricted reports restricted?
- on base medical providers
What is not reported with a restricted report?
- underage drinking
Understand circumstances do restricted reports have to be reported?
- child abuse
- domestic violence
What type of reporting triggers an investigation?
Unrestricted reporting ensures what?
in addition to services provided for restricted reporting, command authorities are notified and a criminal investigation is initiated
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