SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION & RESPONSE
www.sapr.mil

OUR MISSION

Sexual assault is a criminal act and will not be tolerated. The Marine Corps’ goal is to eliminate sexual assaults within the Corps and to assist those Marines and sailors assigned to Marine Corps units affected by sexual assault.

The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) is considered the center of gravity when it comes to ensuring that victims of sexual assault receive appropriate and responsive care. They serve as the single point of contact to coordinate sexual assault victim care.

Contacts
Constitutes Sexual Assault?
Have Been Sexually Assaulted – What Do I Do Now?
Options: Restricted vs. Unrestricted
Role of the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
Role of the Uniform Victim Advocate (UVA)
My Friend Has Been Sexually Assaulted
Someone I Supervise Has Been Sexually Assaulted
SARC Website

ATTENTION ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBERS!

IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS BEEN A VICTIM OF A SEXUAL ASSAULT, WE CAN HELP! PLEASE CALL Major Sarah Lukes OR ONE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATES LISTED BELOW.

Logistics Command Installation SARC:
Major Sarah Lukes
(229) 639-7911
www.marineandfamilyservices.com

Blount Island Command Victim Advocates: DO YOU NEED IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE?
GySgt David Cortez:
(904) 696-5018

GySgt Jennifer Truslow
(904) 696-5129
(904) 514-7719
(Response Cell Phone)
  24/7 Response

“When We Face Our Fears, We Gain Strength Through The Support Of Others, The Courage To Be Heard, And The Confidence To Take Action.”