Response Information

Eligibility:

- All active duty members, dependents of AD (18 y/o), and DoD civilians (GS and NAF) are eligible for restricted or unrestricted reporting options.

- Any non-eligible individuals will be referred to an appropriate on or off base agency as the situation necessitates, as the individual chooses.

Support Options Available:

- Medical Treatment

- Forensic Evidence Collection

- Counseling through Mental Health, Preservation of the Force and Family, Chaplain (100% confidentiality), Military & Family Life Counseling Program, or off-base agencies (i.e. Shelter House, Military One Source referrals)

- Representation and legal advice from the Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) and/or Area Defense Counsel (ADC) as applicable and based on eligibility

- Coordination with Victim and Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) rep from base legal office for any persons choosing to participate in the military justice process

- Referrals for non-incident related stressors (i.e. Marriage or Relationship strain, Anger and Stress Management, Financial Planning, New Parent Support Program, Alcohol and Drug Treatment, and much more!)

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 - Sheila Glover

COMM: 850-884-6094

CELL: 850-603-7785

EMAIL: sheila.glover.2@us.af.mil

 

 - Deputy SARC – Capt. Joshua Nance

COMM: 850-884-1172

CELL: 850-902-5298

EMAIL: Joshua.nance.1@us.af.mil

 

 - Staff Victim Advocate - Lisa Wright

COMM: 850-884-1417

CELL:  850-603-2486

EMAIL: lisa.wright.11@us.af.mil

 

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

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 Investigation:

 

-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.

Local SAPR

 

         

SAPR Office 424 Cody Avenue, Bldg. 90229, Hurlburt Field, FL 32544

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