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The goal of the SAPR program is to eliminate sexual assault incidents that impact Department of the Navy personnel, their family members and military civilian employees. The SAPR Advocate provides victims of sexual assault with professionally trained volunteer advocates 24 hrs around the clock, who provide information and emotional support, and help guide victims through the various medical, legal and investigative processes with a goal of minimizing the "re-victimization" of sexual assault victims.

  • General Military Education
  • Education & Training of SAPR Advocates
  • Sexual Assault Awareness
  • Sensitivity Training
  • Risk Reduction Training
  • Victim Advocacy Training
  • Referrals to community/military resources

 

To speak confidentially with a Sexual Assault Victim Advocate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, please call the SAPR Hotline:

Cell. +39-335-642-8312 (Victim Advocate) or Cell. +39-335-606-6146 (alternate)

Cell: +39-335-129-7123 (SARC)

 

For more information during daytime, please call the Fleet and Family Support Center at DSN: 624-4291 or Comm: +39-095-56-4291.

 

Sexual Assault is taken very seriously by the NAS Sigonella Command.

It is our primary goal to keep you safe and provide you with a resource to make an informed decision about your reporting options. We respect you, we will treat you with dignity, and we will support you.

If something should happen to you or a friend, YOU DO HAVE RIGHTS.

RESTRICTED REPORTING OPTIONS

Avaiulable ONLY to Military Personnel

UNRESTRICTED REPORTING OPTIONS

Available to ALL Victims

A RESTRICTED REPORT:

 

Allows victims to receive medical care,

advocacy, and counseling without triggering

the investigative process.

An UNRESTRICTED REPORT:

 

Allows a Service Member to disclose

the details of their assault to specifically

identified individuals and receive medical

care, advocacy, counseling and triggers the

official investigative process.

REPORT TO:

 

  • Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
  • Victim Advocate
  • Military Health Care Provider (including FFSC
  • Clinicians)
  • Chaplain

 

Reporting sexual assault to any agency or

individual not listed above may result in an

unrestricted report.

REPORT TO:

 

◦SARC/Victim Advocate
◦Military Healthcare Provider (including FFSC
◦Clinicians)
◦Chaplain
◦Chain of Command
◦Military Police (MP/MA)
◦NCIS/OSI/CID
◦911/Emergency Services
◦Staff Judge Advocate

 

 

 

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