The Osan Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) represents and advocates for victims of sex related offenses and some domestic violence related offenses, ensures their rights are protected, and empowers them to fully participate in the Military Justice process to whatever degree they want.
The SVC’s goals are for victims to be heard throughout the Military Justice process as well as take full advantage of their rights.
The SVC serves primarily the Korean Peninsula, along with the rest of the Pacific Air Force (PACAF) region.
The SVC is supported locally by the Special Victim Paralegal (SVP) as well as the SVC Pacific Region.
The SVC reports to the Special Victim Council Division chain of command and not through Pacific Air Force (PACAF).
The SVC can represent all active duty U.S. military, adult and minor dependents, civilians (if perpetrator is AD military), and Air Reserve Component.
Exceptions for an expansion of representation are made on a case-by-case basis.
Victims of sexual assault may request SVC representation by contacting the SVC office directly or through other helping agencies, to include the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) and Volunteer Victim Advocates.
The SVC office is currently located at Building 752, Room 103A (behind the Med Group). Office hours are Mon-Fri (9 a.m. - 5 p.m.). If you would like to contact the SVC, you may contact us at (010) 8664-3290, DSN 784-3290, Comm 0505-785-3290 or at 51FW.CLSV.Orgbox@us.af.mil
Further, if you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual assault please call the SARC 24 hour hotline at 784-7272 or 0505-784-7272. You can also use the DoD Safe Helpline for 24/7 confidential counseling and support. Go to http://www.safehelpline.org or call 877-995-5247.