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UPDATED/VERIFIED AS OF MARCH 7, 2023
OPNAVINST 1752.1C is the most current version of the instruction.
DoD Directive 6495.01 is the guiding directive.
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Under DoD's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Policy, Service members and their adult military dependents have two reporting options - Restricted Reporting and Unrestricted Reporting. Under Unrestricted Reporting, both the command and law enforcement are notified. With Restricted Reporting, the adult sexual assault victim can confidentially access healthcare, advocacy services, and legal services without notification to command or law enforcement.
Victim Reporting Options Guide
Learn about Restricted Reporting
Learn about Unrestricted Reporting
GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING (GMT)
The Navy GMT webpage is a comprehensive source of training materials and information for GMT. To access the SAPR GMT slideshow and facilitator’s guide, visit https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/general-skills-training/gmt.
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NAVPERS 1070/887 Sex Offender Accountability Record
Sexual Assault Disposition Report (SADR)*
Sexual Assault Incident Response Oversight (SAIRO, ”8-Day Report”)
Command Assessment Tool
Commander’s Quick Reference Legal Handbook (QUICKMAN)
OPNAV N170A SAPR Officer Community
*SADRs are submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are multiple avenues for reporting concerns about retaliation:
1. SARCs and SAPR VAs will assist you in reporting retaliation related to a report of sexual assault by documenting an official report using the DD Form 2910-2, "Retaliation Reporting Statement for Unrestricted Sexual Assault Cases.” You may contact your local SARC or SAPR VA, or you contact a SARC on another installation via the DoD Safe Helpline.
2. The DoD Inspector General has overall responsibility for the Department's Whistleblower Protection Program and handles all reprisal complaints that involve allegations of sexual assault in the Department of Defense.
3. Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) has overall investigative responsibility for retaliation that meet the threshold of a criminal offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
4. Connect directly with a Commander in your chain of command.
5. Contact a Commander outside your chain of command to discuss concerns about retaliation by your chain of command.
6. Command Military Equal Opportunity (CMEO) professionals or advisors are command-appointed staff who assist Service members with MEO complaint process for reporting of retaliation and reprisal.
7. Civilians may contact their Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) advisor via their Human Resources Office (HRO).
Department of the Navy
Navy Culture and Force Resilience Office
Naval Support Facility Arlington
701 S. Courthouse Road #4R401-007
Arlington, VA 22204
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DoD Safe Helpline
Catch a Serial Offender Program (CATCH)
Men’s SAPR Campaign
Commander, Navy Installation Command SAPR Program
Guidance & Forms
DODI 6495.02 VOL. 1 SAPR Program Procedures
DODI 6495.02 VOL. 2 SAPR Education and Training
DODI 6495.02 VOL. 3 Retaliation Response for Adult Sexual Assault Cases
SECNAVINST 1752.4C SAPR Program Procedures
OPNAVINST 1752.1C Navy SAPR Program