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Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

 


 

Resources for Assistance

 
  • "Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests for DD Form 2910 

New: The FOIA Program Office’s official webpage has been updated as of March 2022

If an Active-Duty victim would like another copy of their DD 2910, they can contact their SARC to request that copy. 

 

If a victim is requesting a copy of their DD 2910 and is no longer active duty the victim has the following two options: 

 

A Veteran may utilize the assistance of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).  As a third party requester, the VA follows certain procedures in order to request copies of forms and reports through the respective military services for VA claims.  In order for the VA to obtain a copy of a DD Form 2910 and/or reports from the Navy, the VA submits a VA Form 21-4142, Authorization to Disclose Information to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), signed by the Veteran, accompanied by the VA's letter officially requesting the DD Form 2910 or other specified reports/documentation. The VA may email the CNIC HQ SAPR office at  CNIC_HQ_SAPR@navy.mil  to request a secure DoD SAFE submission or submit the request through the FOIA-Online tracking and management web-based tool.   

  • Online https://foiaonline.gov/foiaonline/action/public/home and submit your FOIA request for documents.  Once you have submitted the appropriate request in FOIA Online, you will be contacted if any additional information is needed to process your request. 
  • U.S. Mail:  
  •   Commander, Navy Installations Command ATTN: FOIA Coordinator 716 Sicard Street SE Suite 1000 Washington Navy Yard, DC 20374-5140 
  • FAX: (202) 433-3396 

If the Victim would like to request a copy of the DD Form 2910 Victim Reporting Preference Statement and/or other relative reports and documents without the help of the VA, the Victim may submit a written request through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). All FOIA requests for documents submitted to the US Navy must be processed through the FOIA-Online tracking and management web-based tool. Please go to: 

  • Online https://foiaonline.gov/foiaonline/action/public/home and submit your FOIA request for documents.  Once you have submitted the appropriate request in FOIA Online, you will be contacted if any additional information is needed to process your request. 
  • U.S. Mail:   Commander, Navy Installations Command
    ATTN: FOIA Coordinator716 Sicard Street
    SE Suite 1000

    Washington Navy Yard, DC 20374-5140 
  • FAX: (202) 433-3396 
Catch a Serial Offender Program (CATCH)
Men's SAPR Campaign
The Navy GMT webpage is a comprehensive source of training materials and information for GMT. To access the GMT webpage go to My Navy Portal (MNP) at https://my.navy.mil. Once logged in to MNP, select the Professional Resources drop down menu, then select General Skills Training, and then select GMT from the navigation menu on the left to access the Navy GMT page.

For additional access information please refer to these instructions.

**NEW**The DON CIVILIAN SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE TRAINING is mandatory for all civilians. It is an annual requirement.
There is no longer an in-person/face-to face initial requirement. Training can be completed through TWMS or clicking the link below.

 

Policy

  • OPNAV

  • SECNAV
  • DoD
  • SAPR All Navy (ALNAV) Messages
    • 2021
      • 021/21 Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month (SAAPM)
      • 009/21 Promulgation of the Manual of the Judge Advocate General (JAGMAN)
    • 2019
      • 039/19 Sexual Assault in the Military
    • 2018
      • 082/18 Implementing Definitions for UCMJ, Article 93a, Prohibited Activities with Military Recruit or Trainee by Person in Position of Special Trust
    • 2015
      • 061/15 New Requirement to Consider a Victim’s Preference for Prosecution by Court-Martial or Civilian Court
  • SAPR Naval Administrative (NAVADMIN) Messages
    • 2021
      • 188/21 FISCAL Year 2022 General Military Training Requirements
      • 181/21 OPNAVINST 3100.6K
      • 068/21 Navy Service Wide Completion of DEOCS 5.0
    • 2020
      • 329/20 Culture of Excellence Simplify & Align
    • 2019
      • 254/19 Culture of Excellence
      • 252/19 Procedures for Notifying Civilian Law Enforcement of Issuance of a Military Protective Order
      • 151/19 Security Clearance Continuous Evaluation Guidance for Tier 3 (Secret) And Tier 5 (Top Secret//Sensitive Compartmented Information) Reinvestigation Deferment Processing
    • 2017 
      • 299/17 Guidance for FY-18 FSA 2.0: Got Your 6 Training
      • 066/17 Social Media Conduct
Prevention and Awareness

Retaliation

Commanding Officers

There have been some issues with NMCI computers and Adobe forms, the In-browser version of acrobat won’t open forms.  To resolve this issue, right-click on the document link and download it to your desktop.  Then you can open it with Acrobat Reader.  An info bar, will appear and you can click on “Enable All Features” to open the form.
Additionally, Both the SADR and SAIRO forms can also be found at http://forms.documentservices.dla.mil/ once you are on the site, go to the bottom and click on forms.  At the top in search criteria put in the stock number. The SAIRO is NONSN00013941 and the SADR is NONSN00014407.  When the form comes up click on the disk icon, the "adobe please wait" screen may appear, right click on the document and click "save as", to download it to your desktop, do not click open when done downloading. Close out and go to your desktop and open the file with Adobe Reader, this should allow the "Enable All Features" button. 

 

SAPR Officers

21st Century Sailor SAPR Officers

 

Our mission is to issue policies and standards to aid in the prevention of sexual assault throughout the Navy, provide support to victims, define requirements, and assign responsibility for implementation of the Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program. 
 
Our vision is to promote and foster a culturally aware and informed Navy respectful of all, intolerant of sexual assault, and supported by a synergistic program of prevention, advocacy, and accountability.
 
The Navy's SAPR Program falls under the purview of the 21st Century Sailor Office (OPNAV N17) for information contact us at :opnav_sapr@navy.mil
 

 
 

 
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