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OVERVIEW: SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION & RESPONSE (SAPR)

The Air Force core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do provide a foundation and help guide Airmen in life. The 158th Fighter Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program of the Vermont Air National Guard (VTANG) is committed to respond to and stop incidents of sexual assault through: awareness and prevention training, collaboration, victim advocacy, response, reporting and accountability.  Sexual assault violates good order and discipline, erodes unit cohesion, and destroys trust; directly impacting mission readiness.

 

The 158th Fighter Wing SAPR personnel are dedicated to the advocacy and support of survivors, ensuring they:

  • Are protected and treated with dignity and respect.

  • Receive timely access to appropriate medical treatment.

  • Receive advocacy support.

  • Have access to confidential services, including the SARC and Victim Advocates (VA).

SEXUAL ASSAULT REPORTING OPTIONS

Report a sexual assault to a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) or SAPR Victim Advocate (VA). You can also disclose that you have been sexually assaulted to a Chaplain, healthcare professional or the Director of Psychological Health. ONLY SARC/SAPR VAs can accept official Restricted (RR) or Unrestricted (UR) Reports. 

Know that an independent investigation can arise from third party disclosures. Commanders, First Sergeants, Supervisory Chain, Air Force Instructors, Law Enforcement, and Military OneSource are all Mandatory Reports and must report.

 

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VT GUARD SAPR CONTACT

Vermont Air National Guard
105 NCO Drive
South Burlington, VT 05403
24/7 SAPR MOBILE:
(802) 735-4579