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SAPR Policy Toolkit for SARCs

Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) are the backbone of any military organization’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program. Below you will find the forms and tools necessary to execute your mission.

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DD Form 2910,“Victim Reporting Preference Statement” DD Form 2910-1, "Replacement of Lost DD Form 2910" DD Form 2910-2, "Retaliation Reporting Statement for Unrestricted Sexual Assault Cases"
     
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DD Form 2950, "Application Packet for new Applicants" (Right Click, Save Link/Target As) DD Form 2950-1, "D-SAACP Renewal Application Packet" (Right Click, Save Link/Target As) DD Form 2965, "Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database (DSAID) Data Form"
Those seeking D-SAACP certification are required to fill out the initial applications.  SAPR personnel seeking D-SAACP renewal are required to complete the renewal application packet.  The DD Form 2965 is a tool that SARCs and SAPR VAs can use to capture information to be entered into DSAID when direct data entry is not possible.
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DD Form 2911, “DoD Sexual Assault Forensic Examination Report” Sample MOU

DoD Instruction 6310.09 – Health Care Management for Patients Associated with a Sexual Assault

  A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is used between organizations to represent an understanding to share specified information within an given timeframe.

This instruction establishes procedures to ensure comprehensive standards for providing health care in the Military Health System for patients who, during the course of health care, present with a disclosure of sexual assault, or disclose they have committed or are suspected to have committed a sexual assault.

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Safety Assessment Safety Assessment Tool Safety Assessment Worksheet
Safety Assessments are required as part of DoDI 6495.02 in response to Unrestricted and Restricted reports. The Safety Assessment Tool is designed to evaluate current suicidal/homicidal behaviors in alleged perpetrator(s) or in victims of sexual assault who are at risk. Need to provide a victim of sexual assault a safety assessment plan? Use this worksheet.