51ST Fighter Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR)

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response


The 51st Fighter Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program reinforces the Air Force's commitment to eliminate sexual assaults through awareness and prevention training, education, victim advocacy, response, reporting, and accountability. The Air Force promotes sensitive care and confidential reporting for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit these crimes. Provides counsel to commanders to ensure airman morale and readiness and public trust and confidence in the Air Force remain high, and the service's global influence and deterrence role remains viable The office works to: 

Eliminate sexual assault within the Department of the Air Force by fostering a culture of prevention, providing education and training, response capability, victim support, reporting procedures, and accountability that enhances the safety and well-being of all its members. 

Provide an immediate, trained response capability for each report of sexual assault and ensure victims are protected and treated with dignity and respect, and receive timely access to appropriate treatment and services. 

1.4.3. Ensure strong commander-focused prevention and response programs, as well as law enforcement, investigative, and criminal justice policies and procedures that address victim safety and hold assailants accountable for their actions to the fullest extent of the law. 

1.4.4. Encourage prompt, complete, unrestricted reporting of sexual assault allegations to activate victim services and accountability responses. Victims should be appropriately encouraged to make unrestricted reports. 

1.4.5. Provide a restricted reporting option that allows a Service member who is sexually assaulted to confidentially disclose information about the assault to specified individuals and receive medical treatment, counseling, and advocacy without automatically triggering an official investigative process. 

1.4.6. Prohibit the enlistment or commissioning of personnel in the active duty Air Force, Air National Guard, or Air Force Reserve components when the person has a qualifying conviction for a crime of sexual assault.

If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual assault please call the SARC 24 hour hotline at 784-7272 or 031-661-7272. You can also use the DoD Safe Helpline for 24/7 confidential counseling and support. Go to http://www.safehelpline.org or call 94-877-995-5247

Victim Advocates:

The VA provides essential support, liaison services and care to victims of sexual assault. 

The VA ensures victims continue to receive the necessary care and support until the victim states or SARC determines that support is no longer needed. 

The Air Force relies on volunteers to fill this critical function.

**Because of the potential for legal, professional, or community conflicts of interest, the  following military members cannot serve as SARCs, Alternate SARCs, or VAs: individuals on G-series orders, first sergeants, chief master sergeants, individuals associated with law enforcement or investigations, individuals assigned to the Office of the SJA, MTF personnel working in clinical roles with whom assault victims may come in contact, individuals assigned to Equal Opportunity (EO) offices, individuals assigned to the Office of the Installation Staff Chaplain, or individuals assigned to the wing's Inspector General staff.**

If you would like to become a Victim Advocate please send an email to 51FWCVK@osan.af.mil or call 031-661-7272. (DSN 784-2832).