Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
“Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight”
The Department of the Navy Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Office (DON SAPRO) has developed a Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) overview course titled “Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight.”
“Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight” is mandatory training for all DON Civilian employees (APF & NAF). It must be completed prior to the end of the current Fiscal Year. The training meets Congressional, Department of Defense (DoD), and DON requirements for Civilian employees and is an optional, additional training for Military personnel. Sailors and Marines are welcome to use this training to augment and support their existing training tools.
FY-19 INSTRUCTOR-LED (FACE-TO-FACE) TRAINING SESSION
Classroom training is only for DON Civilian employees who have not previously completed the face-to-face “Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight” training. Registration is required and class size is limited. Participants must sign the attendance roster in order to receive credit for the classroom training session.
- Date: November 1, 2018 1400 Little Hall
December 6, 2018 1400 Little Hall
January 3, 2019 1400 GRC, Auditorium
March 21, 2019 1400 GRC Auditorium
May 2, 2019 1000 Little Hall
August 1, 2019 1400 Little Hall
August 22, 2019 1400 Little Hall
September 12, 201 1400 Little Hall
*September 26, 2019* 1000 Little Hall
- Parking: Parking lot is located directly in front of Little Hall and parking garage is located directly in front of the Gray Research Center
- Event Sponsor: MCINCR-MCBQ SAPRO (703) 784-3557
FY-19 COMPUTER-BASED (ONLINE) TRAINING INSTRUCTIONS
- All DON Civilian employees who have already completed the required face-to-face “Sexual Assault Prevention: One Team, One Fight” training may complete their annual training requirement online by September 31st.
- Contact your local Training Coordinator/Employee Development Specialists for assistance in obtaining a disk copy of the computer-based training for Civilian employees without internet/intranet access.
- Civilian employees should also contact their local Training Coordinator/Employee Development Specialists to ensure proper documentation of training completion.
The Computer-based (online) training is located on several Agency websites, to include those listed below. The training may be listed under a different title and course number, but it is the same video presentation and interactive learning session. Contact your local Training Coordinator/Employee Development Specialists for additional links.
Total Workforce Management System (TWMS):
https://twms.navy.mil/selfservice/login.asp (DON Sexual Assault Prevention and Response/TWMS-576219)
Maine Corps Community Service (MCCS) Employee Training:
http://www.hq.usmc-mccs.org/training/index.cfm/quick-links/mandatory-training/ (SAPR One Team One Fight (Refresher)/LM150)
BACKGROUND: Sexual assault is devastating to individual Sailors, Marines, and Civilians as well as the mission readiness and effectiveness of the DON. The Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) established DON SAPRO in September 2009. The objective of the office is to cultivate a DON culture of gender respect where sexual assault is completely eliminated and never tolerated. Sexual assault is unacceptable.
SECNAV is committed to combating sexual assault Department-wide through programs that focus on reducing the incidence of sexual assaults, providing effective and compassionate support for victims of sexual assault, and holding the perpetrators of sexual assault accountable at the appropriate forum consistent with the nature of the offense. DON SAPRO serves as the Secretary's direct source of subject matter expertise, primary advisor, and representative for matters throughout the Department related to SAPR.
H.R. 1540: National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2012 was signed into law on Dec 31, 2011 and requires that all Department of Defense personnel, to include Civilian employees, be trained annually in sexual assault prevention and response policies and procedures.
COURSE DETAILS: The training is approximately one-hour long and consists of 30 minutes of video and 30 minutes of guided group discussion that is targeted specifically to applicable audiences. The video includes documentary interviews of leaders and subject matter experts, and three dramatic (fictional) scenarios. The scenarios are short mini-movies that portray different sexual assaults and missed opportunities for bystander intervention specifically relevant to both military personnel and Civilian employees.
The training covers the following information: Definition of sexual assault; Explanation that sexual assault is a criminal offense; Explanation of consent; Difference between sexual assault and sexual harassment; Reporting options for service members and Civilian employees, including advantages and limitations of each option; Resources for service members and Civilian employees; Prevention strategies, including bystander intervention; and Impact of sexual assault on victims, commands and mission accomplishment.
At the conclusion of the course, all participants will be able to: Communicate the negative impact that sexual assault has on the victim, the unit/workplace, and the Department of the Navy; Explain the difference between sexual assault and sexual harassment; State the reporting option(s) available to active duty service members and Civilians employees; and Name multiple confidential victim resources.
MANDATORY TRAINING: Mandatory training is defined by SECNAV Instruction 12410.25 as training mandated by executive order, Federal statute, regulation or at the direction of the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) and must be recorded in the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS). Required training is training that your Command has specifically said you must complete but is not mandated.