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  • SAPR Office opening brings security, stability

    Airmen celebrated the opening of a new Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, or SAPR, Office at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada, Sept. 30, 2019.
  • Definition of Sexual Assault Update

    A 2016 reform to the Uniform Code of Military Justice that took effect in 2019 has changed the definitions of sexual assault for the military. The changes to the definition clarifies the distinction between abusive sexual contact and assault, and brings the offense of abusive sexual contact under the UCMJ.
  • SAPR empowers, supports Airmen

    Sexual assault can be a deeply traumatizing event in anyone’s life. Across the Air Force, Airmen and their families have access to Sexual Assault Prevention and Response or Family Advocacy Program resources to get support and guidance on how to move forward.
  • April: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It is every Airman’s responsibility to understand the importance of changing the Air Force culture by bringing awareness to sexual assault.
  • Writer, Airman finds beauty through adversity in flowers

    “Beauty comes in different forms. When we see beauty, we assume that it had a great life; but there is more than meets the eye. Even the most beautiful soul comes from a place of hardship and sorrow. There are many tragedies that happen to us all; whether it is domestic abuse or sexual trauma, we will triumph and continue to bloom like flowers.”
  • A place to belong: Part II

    Tech. Sgt. Martin Rodriguez experienced a variety of bad situations while serving in the military, from deployments to hostile work environments to the threat of being discharged, but he was living a secret alternate life that could of had devastating consequences.
  • Stick with Survivors sticky note project supports sexual assault survivors

    Sticky notes are often used to help remember appointments, phone numbers or tasks. But, what if a sticky note was used for something bigger than a laundry list of things to do? What if it could be used to reach out to sexual assault survivors and let them know someone is there for them?
  • Holloman Airman recognized as ACC's Volunteer VA of the year

    Staff Sgt. Keisha Hill, a 49th Maintenance Squadron munitions support equipment supervisor, was recently recognized as Air Combat Command’s 2016 Volunteer Victim Advocate of the year. Hill, who has been a Sexual Assault Prevention and Response VA volunteer since 2006, was rewarded for her role in establishing a SAPR program while deployed to Kandahar, Afghanistan this past year.
  • Air Force report on sexual assault highlights program's progress

    Air Force reports of sexual assault decreased slightly in fiscal year 2015, while reporting by male victims increased according to the service’s annual report on sexual assault released May 5.
  • Creech to open new full-time SAPR office

    In an effort to better facilitate immediate care and support to members of Creech Air Force Base, Nevada, the Air Force’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program opened its first office on base April 5.
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