Local SAPR

 

         

SAPR Office 424 Cody Avenue, Bldg. 90229, Hurlburt Field, FL 32544 1SOW.SARC@hurlburt.af.mil

   Office Numbers: 850-884-6094, 850-884-1417 and 850-884-1172
   HOTLINE: 850-884-7272

SAPR Mission

Help Information

Eligibility and Options Available

(Note: These are Word documents.  You will not generate a report or be automatically referred to anyone. It is for your information only.) 

Contact Information


The DoD Safe Helpline provides a live, confidential and anonymous sexual assault hotline for the DoD community.

Click: www.SafeHelpline.org
Call: 1.877.995.5247
Text: 55.247 (in the U.S.)

- SARC - Jill Stewmon

COMM: 850-884-6094

CELL: 850-603-7785

EMAIL: jill.stewmon.1@us.af.mil

 

 - Deputy SARC – Capt. Ryan Corl

COMM: 850-884-1172

CELL: 850-902-5298

EMAIL: ryan.corl.1@us.af.mil

 

 - Staff Victim Advocate - Stephanie Witt

COMM: 850-884-1417

CELL:  850-603-2486

EMAIL: stephanie.witt.2@us.af.mil

 

                              -24/7 Response Hotline: 850-884-7272

 

                              -Organizational Email: 1SOW.SARC@us.af.mil 

 

Types of Reporting

 Restricted:

 

- Confidentiality protected while services extended.

- Chain of Command is not notified.

- An investigation does not take place.

- Victim Advocate will attend to the victim's needs and provide supportive, advocacy services

- Victim receives (if desired) medical treatment, forensic evidence collection, free and confidential legal advice/representation through the Special Victims' Counsel, counseling via Mental Health and/or Chaplain, off-base referrals.

- Victims can always convert a restricted report to an unrestricted report at any time.

 

 Unrestricted:

-Chain of Command is notified.

- An investigation will take place.

- Victim Advocate will attend to the victim's needs and provide supportive, advocacy services.

- Victim receives (if desired) medical treatment, forensic evidence collection, free and confidential legal advice/representation through the Special Victims' Counsel, counseling via Mental Health and/or Chaplain, off-base referrals.

- Victim cannot convert from unrestricted to restricted at any point in time.

 

 Independent:

-If a victim tells any member of law enforcement or their command then an Independent Investigation will take place; if the victim desires to formally report then the only option is an unrestricted report.

- If a victim tells a friend who in turn notifies law enforcement of their chain of command then an Independent Investigation will take place; if the victim desires to formally report then the only option is an unrestricted report.

- To preserve a victim's right to restricted reporting, contact the SAPR office first.

 

  * MANDATORY REPORTERS*

- Direct Chain of Command (Unit CC, First Sergeant, Superintendent, direct supervisor/rater)

- Any member of Law Enforcement (AFOSI, SFS)

 

Fellow airmen, co-workers or senior members of the unit who are NOT in the direct chain of command are NOT considered a mandatory reporter and are encouraged to accompany the victim to the SAPR office or call the Hotline to seek information.