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An intentional sexual contact, characterized by use of force, threats, intimidation, abuse of authority, or when the victim does not or cannot consent

Sexual Assault

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Is an unrestricted report reportable to CGIS

Yes

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Is a restricted report reportable

No, it is confidential

Report to EAPC/SARC, FAS, VA, or HCP

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Who is responsible for preventing sexual assaults

Everyone

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Who investigates an unrestricted report

Formal investigation by trained criminal investigators
CGIS

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Who must the restricted report be reported to

EAPC/SARC, FAS, VA, Coast Guard/DoD HCP, Chaplain

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If a civilian friend or family members acts on the victims behalf to one of the approved restricted officials, will it still be restricted

Yes

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How long shall evidence be retained

12 months

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What is the manual number

M1754.10D

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What is the motto for sexual assault/harrassment

Recognize, Prevent, Respond

Mandated Training

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How long do you have to report sexual harassment

45 days from last harassing act

Mandated training