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Understanding the Investigative Process

The nature of the investigative process can be stressful for victims of sexual assault despite the sincere efforts of law enforcement, staff judge advocate and other personnel entrusted with bringing offenders to justice. Investigators must carefully collect evidence, and the process from investigation to courts martial or some other form of punishment may take many months. They must often ask you, the victim, very precise and probing questions because there usually are no eyewitnesses to provide crucial details. You may not feel you are ready to answer questions so soon after your assault, but the investigators need to interview you while your memories are fresh. Much patience will be required on your part.

You will be kept well-informed of any investigative actions taken in response to your reported sexual assault. Your commander, will ensure, at a minimum, you receive a monthly update regarding the current status of any on-going investigative, medical, legal or command proceedings regarding the sexual assault. This requirement is in addition to those established by the Victim-Witness Assistance Program. Monthly updates are required until the final disposition of the reported assault. “Final disposition” means the conclusion of any judicial, non-judicial, and administrative actions (including separation actions and no action).

Contact Us
715-A Broadway Street
Marine Corps Association Annex, 3rd Floor
Quantico,Va 22134
MCINCR Sexual Assault Support Line:
(703) 432-9999, 24-hrs/7-days a week
Installation Sexual Assault Response Coordinator:
(703) 784-3557, 0800-1700
MCINCR SAPR SNCOIC:
(703) 432-1419
MCINCR SAPR Program Assistant:
(703) 784-3557
MCINCR SAPR Victim Advocates:
(703) 784-3776
(703) 784-3836
NCIS
(703) 784-2994