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DoD SAPRO serves as a leader in collecting data and developing reports that address the crime of sexual assault within the military. The data provided in the reports serves as the foundation and catalyst for future sexual assault prevention, training, victim care and accountability goals.

In addition to DoD reports, other government agencies and independent organizations also develop reports that provide important information and data on sexual assault in the military.

SAPRO Reports

To help address the crime of sexual assault within the Military, the Department of Defense and the military Services conduct comprehensive sexual assault assessments and issue reports. These reports include:

  • DoD Military Service Academy (MSA) Report - the Academic Program Year (APY) 2017-2018 MSA Report - issued in January 2018 (see below),
  • DoD SAPR Annual Reports – the Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military – issued April 2018,
  • DoD Report to the President of the United States on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response - issued in November 2014, and
  • DoD Special Victims Capability Report - issued in December 2013

Under each of the following tabs are the complete listings of DoD SAPR Reports in these categories:

The Department of Defense released its thirteenth Annual Report on Sexual Harassment and Violence at the Military Service Academies (MSAs) for Academic Program Year (APY) 2017-2018 on January 31, 2019.

The report on the three MSAs provides data on sexual harassment complaints and sexual assault reports involving cadets and/or midshipmen, as well as updates to policies, procedures, and processes implemented in response to sexual harassment and violence during the APY.

Report-screenshot.PNG   Annual Report on Sexual Harassment and Violence at the Military Service Academies (MSAs) for Academic Program Year (APY) 2017-2018
Appendix A screenshot.PNG   Appendix A: DoD United States Military Academy
Appendix B screenshot.PNG   Appendix B: DoD United States Naval Academy
Appendix C screenshot.PNG   Appendix C: DoD United States Air Force Academy
Appendix D screenshot.PNG   Appendix D: Statistical Data on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment
Appendix E.PNG   Appendix E: APY 17-18 Data Matrices and MSA Case Synopsis
Appendix F.PNG   Appendix F: Acronym List
Enclosure 1.PNG   United States Military Academy Self-Assessment
Enclosure 2.PNG   United States Naval Academy Self-Assessment
Enclosure 3.PNG   United States Air Force Academy Self-Assessment
OPA.PNG  

OPA 2018 Service Academy Gender Relations Survey - Overview Report

 

The Department of Defense released its ninth Annual Report on Sexual Harassment and Violence at the Military Service Academies (MSA) for Academic Program Year 2013-2014 on February 10, 2015.

The reports at the three U.S. MSAs provide data on reported sexual assaults involving cadets and/or midshipmen, as well as policies, procedures and processes implemented in response to sexual harassment and violence during the Academic Program Year.

To assist in addressing the crime of sexual assault within the Military, the DoD and various Service branches conduct comprehensive annual sexual assault assessments and issue reports. The data provided in the reports serve as the foundation and catalyst for future sexual assault prevention, training, victim care and accountability goals.

This archive represents Annual Reports on Sexual Assault in the Military issued in previous years. The corresponding research reports by year can be found here.

In December 2013, President Barack Obama directed the Department of Defense to prepare a comprehensive report detailing major improvements in the prevention of and response to sexual assault in the military, including reforms to the military justice system.

In response, the Department prepared a report detailing its proactive and comprehensive approach, issued in November 2014. Find the Report, its appendices, enclosures and annexes below as individual documents for convenient access. For an Executive Summary of the Report, click here.

FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_SAPRO.png   Department of Defense Report to the President of the United States on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Appendix_A.png   Appendix A - Provisional Statistical Data on Sexual Assault
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Appendix_B.png   Appendix B - Provisional Metrics on Sexual Assault
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Appendix_C.png   Appendix C - List of Acronyms
Army_Seal.png   Enclosure 1 - Department of the Army
Navy_Seal.png   Enclosure 2 - Department of Navy
Air_Force_Seal.png   Enclosure 3 - Department of Air Force
National_Guard_Bureau_Seal.png   Enclosure 4 - National Guard Bureau
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Enclosure_5.png   Enclosure 5 - United States Coast Guard
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Annex_1.png   Annex 1 - 2014 Military Workplace Study (RAND)
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Annex_2.png   Annex 2 - 2014 Survivor Experience Survey (DMDC)
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Annex_3.png   Annex 3 - 2014 Department of Defense Report of Focus Groups on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (DMDC)
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Annex_4.png   Annex 4 - Analysis of Military Justice Reform (OGC)
FY14_DoD_Report_to_POTUS_TOC_Annex_5.png   Annex 5 - 2014 Military Workplace Study – United States Coast Guard (RAND)

The Special Victims Capability (SVC) Report describes the plans and timelines for establishing special victims capabilities in each Military Department, along with an assessment of those plans and timelines for certain special victim offenses including sexual assault.

  • Special Victims Capability Report - Dec. 12, 2013

    This report outlines how the established Special Victims Capability will enable the Department of Defense to deliver a distinct, recognizable group of professionals collaborating to provide effective, timely, and responsive worldwide victim support, and a capability to investigate and prosecute allegations of certain special victim offenses including domestic abuse, child abuse and sexual assault. The report fulfills a requirement in the National Defense Authorization Act, Fiscal Year (FY) 2013, section 573 of Public Law 112-239.