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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Training

 

DON Civilian SAPR Training Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight

Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight is the mandatory training for all DON civilians.  This training meets Congressional, Department of Defense, and DON requirements for civilians and will be an optional, additional  training for military.  Sailors and Marines are welcome to use this training to augment and support their existing training tools.

Secretary of the Navy Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight Memorandum

Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight Course Details

SAPR Stand-Down Training

The Secretary of Defense directed the military services to conduct a SAPR stand-down for service members and civilian employees to be completed no later than 1 July 2013.  Reserve component units will commence their stand-down activities commeasurate with the active component and be complete by 22 July 2013.  All training was completed by their respective due dates.  The intent of these stand-downs was 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-L Training


SAPR-L training provided command leadership triads (Commanding Officer / Officer in Charge, Executive Officer / Assistant Officer in Charge and Command Master Chief / Chief of the Boat / Senior Enlisted) the skills to promote a culture of change through interactive video and facilitated face-to-face (F2F) discussion with command E7 and above.  Personnel that have not completed SAPR-L can still complete the training by attending a SAPR-L training session conducted by their parent command or by viewing a DVD recorded Master Mobile Training Team (MMTT) led training session.  Contact the SAPR Task Force (via email link below) and provide your mailing address to obtain a DVD copy in the mail.

SAPR-F Training

SAPR-F training was focused on the impacts of sexual assault, bystander intervention and shipmate responsibility and was required for all active and reserve mid-grade and junior enlisted personnel (E-6 and below).  Personnel that have not completed SAPR-F can still complete the training by attending a SAPR-F training session conducted by their parent command.

Per NAVADMIN 336/12, Sailors assigned to Marine Corps (USMC) units are encouraged to attend SAPR-F training, but may also document SAPR-F completion after attending USMC All Hands or Take A Stand (E4/5) Training (as applicable).

SAPR-F Training for E7 and Above

NAVADMIN 067/13 announced that completion of the SAPR-F training by E7 and above with the revised SAPR-F Course Facilitation Guide can be used to meet FY-13 GMT training requirements.

SAPR-L/F/SD Training Documentation

SAPR training completion must be documented by individual commands via the Fleet Training Management Planning System (FTMPS).

Other SAPR References and Resources

SAPR-L/F Execution Guidance:

Guidance for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response-Fleet Training (NAVADMIN 336/12)

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response - Fleet Training Completion (NAVADMIN 030/13)


Guidance for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Leadership (SAPR-L) and Fleet (SAPR-F) Training (NAVADMIN 199/12)

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Leadership and Fleet Training Completion Reporting Requirements (NAVADMIN 225/12)

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response - Leadership Training Completion and Reporting Requirements (NAVADMIN 258/12)

Implementation of Sexual Assault Initial Disposition Authority (NAVADMIN 195/12)

Directions for Recording SAPR-L/F Awareness Training in FLTMPS


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Course Reference Materials:

SAPR Stand-Down

FY-13 SAPR Stand-Down (NAVADMIN 156/13)

Guidance for SAPR Stand-Down (NAVADMIN 158/13)

SAPR-SD Commander's All Hands Engagement Facilitator's Guide

SECNAV Video and Transcript

CNO Video and  Transcript

MCPON Video and Transcript

SAPR-L:

          Take the Helm, SAPR-L Video Clips Download Instructions         

          Take the Helm, SAPR-L Facilitation Guide         

          SAPR-L Supporting Material Brochure


          SAPR-L Legal Perspective Brochure

SAPR-F:

          Take the Helm, SAPR-F Facilitation Guide (for E6 and below)

          SAPR-F Supporting Material Brochure

          NKO Directions to download Take the Helm-Shipmates video

          Navy Knowledge Online         

          SAPR-F Talking Points         

          SAPR-F MTT Execution Brief 

 

SAPR-F Training for E-7 and Above:

FY-13 Sexual Assault Prevention and Response GMT Completion (NAVADMIN 067/13)

SAPR-F GMT for Khakis Facilitation Guide


Please contact the SAPR Task Force at mailto:SAPR_L_TaskForce@navy.mil for futher assistance.

 

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