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Commanders' Risk Mitigation Dashboard

 

CRMD provides Commanders with improved situational awareness of their unit's risk for destructive behaviors.  Currently, CRMD is being used to provide insights into the risk of sexual harassment, sexual assault, drug and alcohol incidents, and suicide in the command.
 

**NEW**    Access CRMD in the ADE            Page Last Updated: 18 APR 2024

Feedback to the CRMD Team: CRMD@navy.mil
ADE Help Desk for Support:  ADE_HELPDESK_SUPPORT@navy.mil


*NOTES FOR COMMAND LEADERS*

  • CRMD provides unit-level risk of destructive behaviors; it is NOT to be used for punitive purposes.
  • The majority (over 90%) of factors contributing to risk cannot be influenced by the command (e.g., age, time onboard, gender, marital status).
  • It is not a negative reflection on command leadership to be a higher risk unit. Moving from higher to lower risk is not something commands can do by simply following a checklist.
  • Regardless, commands should be aware of when they have elevated risk and take the actions included in the related Action Plan to mitigate that risk.
  • Commands may designate additional appointees to have access to their CRMD. For individual units, this endorsement must come from the CO or XO. For Echelon II-IV, Chief of Staff-level endorsement (or equivalent) is required
  • An email template to designate this access is available for download under the quick links section of the CRMD home page. Information required to grant full access includes full name, government email address, DoD ID, and UIC(s).

Model outcomes are defined further below:

  • Drug and Alcohol Incidents: Instances where a Sailor violated the Navy's zero-tolerance of drug or alcohol abuse, including positive urinalysis results and DUI/DWI, as capture in the Navy's Alcohol and Drug Management Information System (ADMITS)
  • Sexual Assault Victim and Subject: Incident where an active duty or activated Navy Reservist was either the victim or perpetrator of a sexual assault, as identified from the Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database (DSAID)
  • Sexual Harassment: Instance of a sexual harassment case as recorded in the Navy's Sexual Harassment/Equal Opportunity system (SH/EO)
  • Suicide: Includes instances of self-harm, suicide ideation, suicide attempt, or suicide completion as recorded in the Department of Defense Suicide Event Report (DoDSER)
 
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