Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program
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Prevent and respond to sexual assault, eliminating it from our ranks through a balanced of focused education, comprehensive response, compassionate advocacy, and just adjudication in order to promote professionalism, respect, and trust, while preserving Navy mission readiness.
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.
DON Civilian SAPR Training
Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight is the training mandated by the Secretary of the Navy for all DON civilians to be completed by 1 October 2013. Details are located on the SAPR Training webpage.
The Secretary of Defense directed the military services to conduct a SAPR Stand-Down (S-D) for active duty and reserve service members and civilian employees to be completed no later July 2013. The intent of this S-D is to ensure service members and civilian personnel clearly understand SAPR principles and the resources available. Personnel should understand their accountability and role in elimination sexual assault, fostering a climate of dignity and respect, and upholding our core values of honor, courage, and commitment. This effort builds upon training completed under SAPR-Fleet and SAPR-Leadership training modules. SAPR S-D training completion must be documented via FLTMPS regardless of when it is completed.
SAPR Fleet-Wide Training
As part of the Navy’s continuing effort to prevent sexual assaults and promote essential culture changes within the force, a SAPR Task Force (SAPR TF) was established under the command of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (N1) to facilitate delivery of targeted sexual assault prevention training to all active and reserve personnel.
This training aligns with the “Strategic Direction to the Joint Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response” from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, supports the Secretary of Defense’s Initiatives to Combat Sexual Assault in the Military and is part of the Secretary of the Navy’s 21st Century Sailor and Marine initiative.
SAPR Leadership (SAPR-L) (E7 and above), SAPR Fleet (SAPR-F) (E6 and below), and SAPR-GMTK (E-7 and above) training will provide some of the critical tools to reduce sexual assault and promote a culture of respect and professionalism in our force, where each sailor is motivated to intervene and stop this crime. Specific information and resources on SAPR-L , SAPR-F, and SAPR-GMTK training are available on the SAPR Training website.
To anonymously report a crime, go to the NCIS Homepage or submit a tip via the NCIS Tip Submit smartphone application.
To report a sexual assault contact your local Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), your local SAPR Victim Advocate (VA) or call, text, or click the DoD Safe Helpline.
The Navy's SAPR Program falls under the purview of the 21st Century Sailor Office (OPNAV N17) for information contact us at: mailto:email@example.com.