• New reporting options for sexual harassment victims

    Uniformed Airmen and Guardians who experience sexual harassment now have the option to file a restricted or unrestricted report with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) office to access advocacy services and supportive referrals. This change now allows members to seek support services

  • April is Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention Month

    An American is sexually assaulted every 68 seconds according to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network. DLA's SAPR program manager attributes lower rates throughout the agency to prevention efforts.

  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response empowers, supports Airmen

    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. Sexual assault can be a deeply traumatizing event in anyone’s life. It can affect their well-being, change

  • Protecting our People Protects our Mission

    Sexual assault doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t discriminate by gender, age, ethnicity or religious affiliation. Sexual assault can happen to anyone. It’s considered to be an unthinkable, heartbreaking act that can never truly be prepared for.Sexual assault is defined as intentional sexual contact