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Sexual Assault Prevention Response & Recovery (SAPRR) - (CG-114)


Anti-Harassment and Hate Incident Program and Procedures



New-OCONUS survivors and stakeholders can receive referrals to resources in their local community through the Responders Near Me database by texting the referral request to: 571-470-5546.

While the Safe Helpline does not provide crisis-intervention services via text, staff can provide phone numbers to vetted resources worldwide through this service. Individuals can text their base or installation name, zip code, state, or country; the type of resource they are looking for; and what Service they are with to 55-247 (CONUS) or 571-470-5546 (OCONUS) for location-specific information. 


SAPRR CG Portal Page (CAC required)


The mission of the Coast Guard’s Sexual Assault Prevention, Response, and Recovery (SAPRR) Program is to eliminate sexual assault from our Service. The Coast Guard will ensure that if it does occur, we will provide immediate and compassionate victim support; a responsive and intimidation-free reporting environment inhospitable to retaliation; a timely, professional investigation; holistic care and recovery for victims; and accountability for those who commit this crime.


Expanding victim support and improving access to care…getting to recovery

New Sexual Assault Prevention, Response and Recovery Policy update extends confidentiality Story
Living ALOHA: D14 Sexual Assault Response Assault Coordinator receives award Story
CGTips app offers ability to report crime instantly, anonymously Story
Hundreds of new petty officers receive SAPRR training during “A” School Story
New administrative support for victims of sexual assault Story

SAPRR resources for commanding officers and officers in charge

Note: The Commander's Checklist is intended to serve as a baseline for the commander's response to adult sexual assault victim(s), alleged offender(s), and unit in the event of an Unrestricted Report of sexual assault. The checklist may be expanded to meet CG-specific requirements and procedures. These checklist items do not represent all of the responsibilities assigned to commanders for the entire Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program, and it is important for commanders to take time prior to an incident to become familiar with SAPR policies and CG SARC personnel.