SAPRO Crest. Department of Defense: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office

DEFENSE SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT DATABASE (DSAID)

Overview

Developed to meet requirements set forth in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2009 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database (DSAID) is the Department’s authoritative, centralized case-level database used to collect and maintain information on sexual assaults involving members of the Armed Forces. DoD SAPRO operates DSAID and works collaboratively with the Services to implement and sustain the system.

Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) use DSAID to provide comprehensive and standardized victim case management. Additionally, the DoD uses DSAID to conduct oversight, inform Department and Service-level SAPR program planning and analysis, and meet Congressional reporting requirements.

To learn more, view the DSAID Basics Information Paper.

Safeguarding Information

DoD SAPRO is committed to safeguarding sensitive information. Sound security measures are in place to protect access and information contained in the database. DSAID complies with DoD and federal regulations regarding information assurance, privacy, and records management.

User Access and Support

The DSAID user community is limited to only those individuals with roles that require access to the database, such as headquarters Service SAPR Program Managers, SARCs, and Legal Officers. SARCs should contact their respective Service SAPR office for guidance on their specific role and need for access.

Within the database, the DSAID Support Page provides timely information and resources for users, including:

  • System status updates
  • Reference documents
  • Helpful Links
  • Frequently asked questions

Explore the Support Page by clicking the button located in the upper right of DSAID.

Individuals who are granted access to the database must complete a two-hour DSAID web-based training (WBT) course offered on Joint Knowledge Online (JKO). The training is available year-round for continuous review. A DoD Common Access Card (CAC) is required to take the training. View instructions here on how to access and complete this course.