Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)

o tracked and monitored SAPR-L training for 250 personnel and entered training into the database; increased overall readiness from 0% to 90%

o interviewed 5 victims, witnesses, and suspects and documented those actions in investigative action reports; protected victims by providing care and treatment

o arranged and provided sexual assault prevention training for 100% of assigned personnel

o briefed the command on the status of victim services

o conducted annual sexual assault training and pre-deployment sexual assault training

o coordinated with command team and IG to ensure discipline

o counseled leaders on their role and responsibility under the SHARP program; ensured awareness of victim advocacy issues

o ensured the sensitive and comprehensive treatment to restore victim's health and confidence

o established OI listing resource contact for around-the-clock, immediate referrals

o protected and ensured the privacy of Soldier under restricted reporting

o updated HQ on status monthly

o as the BDE SHARP representative, she effectively ensured that a battalion of over 670 Soldiers received their annual SHARP briefing

o provided guidance and information on resources to sexual assault victims

o provided round-the-clock support until hand-off to the installation Victim Advocate

o provided senior leaders with strategic guidance, training plans, current initiatives and way-ahead

o served as liaison between the victim and service providers

o supported victims and initial and on-going investigations during legal or court hearings

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