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Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
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Marine Corps Installations National Capital Region - Marine Corps Base Quantico Proudly supports Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

Nationally, Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month occurs in April and seeks to raise awareness and prevent sexual violence through the use of special events and public education. The 2022 theme for the Department of Defense is "Step Forward. Prevent. Report. Advocate."

Together, we can work to further reduce, with the goal to eliminate, sexual assault from the armed forces. Our military is the most trusted institution in America and our Service Members have signed a blank check to the American people, payable with their lives. This crime must not threaten those who have volunteered to serve.

2022 Virtual Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Symposium

During April 19th- 20th, online training will be provided to benefit Commanders, Senior Enlisted Leadership, Clergy, Behavioral Health Providers, Legal Professionals, Law Enforcement, Sexual Assault Response Coordinators, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocates, and others involved in supporting a healthy and safe command climate.  

  • Virtual event dates:  April 19-20, 2022

  • Time will be from 0900-1100 on April 19th, and 1300-1500 on April 20th

  • This year's theme for the Installation will focus on providing 'World Class Care' to those impacted by sexual violence

  • The theme for DoD this year is, "Step Forward. Prevent. Report. Advocate."

  • The new DoD theme is a call-to-action for individuals at all levels of the Department to use their personal strength to advance positive change in preventing sexual violence

  • Please join the Services in taking a "Step Forward" and highlight the power of acts that can bolster prevention, increase reporting, and promote advocacy for a safer DoD Community

Continuing Education Credit for SARCs and SAPR VAs
 
Continuing Education (CE) hours are available to D-SAACP certified SARCs and SAPR VAs for D-SAACP Continuing Education Credit. Participants must register and participate in each training session in order to qualify for the receipt of CE credits. Credit may be awarded to D-SAACP certified SARCs and SAPR VAs who are Board approved.  Certificates of Training Attendance will be provided, upon request.
 
Disclaimer
 
The intent of this training event is to present information about victim support services and sexual assault prevention. Attending this training event on Department of Defense property or any related participation by the Department of Defense or its employees, officers, or agents is for discussion and educational purposes only and should not be construed as reflective of any policy or position of the Department of Defense.

Registration
  
This is a virtual event.  Please register utilizing the form below via a Chrome, Edge, or Safari browser.  Confirmation will be forwarded to the email address entered.  An agenda will be sent in April along with the training URL.  Registration is required for personnel requesting D-SAACP CE credits.
 

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MCINCR-MCBQ Sexual Assault Prevention &
Response Office (SAPRO)

715-A Broadway Street
Marine Corps Association Annex, 3rd Floor
Quantico, VA 22134
Office Hours:
0800-1700
MCINCR-MCBQ 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line:
(703) 432-9999, 24-hours/7-days a week
MCINCR-MCBQ Installation Sexual Assault
Response Coordinator (SARC):

(703) 784-3557
MCINCR-MCBQ SAPR Project Officer/
SAPR Victim Advocate:

(703) 784-3557
MCINCR-MCBQ SAPR Program Assistant/
SAPR Victim Advocate:

(703) 432-1419
MCINCR-MCBQ Civilian SAPR Victim Advocates:
(703) 784-3776
(703) 784-3836
Regional Victims’ Legal Counsel (VLC)
(703) 784-4514
Marine Corps Base Quantico