How to Report Sexual Assault.pdf
Command Checklist for Unrestricted Reports.pdf
Sexual Assault Incident Report Form CG-5370.pdf
Sexual Assault Prevention Response (SAPR) Manual 1754.10E.pdf
Sexual Assualt Prevention and Response TTP 1-16.1.pdf
CG Ombudsman Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Training.PDF
Health, Safety & Work-Life
If you are in crisis, call 911 immediately.
CG Support is available 24/7 (855 247-8778 or www.cgsuprt.com
Work Life Staff Available 24/7 (206) 595-6435
The ultimate purpose of this program is to eliminate sexual assault within the Coast Guard by providing a culture of prevention, education and training, response capability, victim support, reporting procedures, and accountability that enhances the safety and well-being of all its members.
Sexual Assault Reporting Options
Restricted Reporting: The Restricted Reporting option may be used by a service member or civilian spouse sexually assaulted by their active duty service member spouse to disclose to specific individuals on a confidential basis that he or she is the victim of a sexual assault. If the assault has been disclosed to ONLY a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), military Victim Advocate (VA), or military Health Care Provider (HCP), it shall NOT be reported to the chain of command or law enforcement, unless the victim consents or an established exception is exercised under COMDTINST M1754.10 (series). Local emergency rooms are not military health care providers and will comply with local state reporting requirements.
Unrestricted Reporting: The Unrestricted Reporting option may be used by the service member to disclose to his or her chain of command that he or she is the victim of a sexual assault. “Service member” is defined as Coast Guard active duty members and Coast Guard reserve members on active duty or in a drill status, unless otherwise noted. Under the Unrestricted Reporting option, the victim’s report to command authorities or to a SARC, VA, HCP, or anyone else, shall be reported to CGIS.
Victim Advocate (VA): A trained advocate for the victim; a person who can provide emotional support to the victim during interviews, medical procedures, and legal proceedings. The VA may be present, but is not to participate (e.g., prompting the victim) during the interview process. In coordination with the EAPC/SARC, the VA may provide liaison assistance with other organizations/agencies on victim care matters. VAs report directly to the SARC when performing VA duties. Under certain conditions, VAs may be required to testify at a judicial proceeding but do not maintain any type of records or files.