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Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
04/07/2016
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What recourse does a victim of sexual harassment have in the military system of justice?
Joyce Siegel
04/07/2016
arrow icon Sexual Harassment both in the Army and DoD take it seriously...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
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If we are wanting to partner with the local SARCs in our community to help provide resources and ensure good communication, what would be the best way to do so? (As and outsider to the military)
Brooke Musselma
04/07/2016
arrow icon Ok great, that is very helpful. My fear was that, as a non-m...
Brooke Musselma
04/07/2016
arrow icon That's great. Reach out to them and use the SafeHelpline to ...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon Brooke, as previously mentioned in this forum, I recommend t...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon I recommend contacting them directly and set up a meeting. ...
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
arrow icon We have an AF Base and a National Guard base very close to o...
Brooke Musselma
04/07/2016
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If I am a junior officer reports an incident involving field grade officer, how will this impact their career?
Lynne
04/07/2016
arrow icon Yvonne has brought up an excellent point as well. If the ju...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon If the member feels they are experiencing negative impact fo...
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
arrow icon Yvonne, Kristian addressed my question. I meant the impact o...
Lynne
04/07/2016
arrow icon Regardless of rank structure and those involved; the SAPR/SH...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon Can you clarify, impact the jr officer's career or the field...
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
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I am victim advocate for an organization not associated with the military. Who can I contact if a victim is member of the military who would like to press charges?
Diane
04/07/2016
arrow icon I would also advise to establish a relationship with your lo...
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
arrow icon I concur with Yvonne. The DoD SafeHelpline is an excellent r...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon Kristian, I was interested in if the offender was also a ser...
Diane
04/07/2016
arrow icon If the victim is a military member and they would like to pr...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon The DoD Safe Help Line is a great resource. You can find th...
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
arrow icon For clarification: The Victim is a military member and the ...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
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If a victim of sexual assault contracts an STD will they receive a medical discharge?
Diane
04/07/2016
arrow icon NO, a STD/Virus is not a disqualifier for military service. ...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon No, an STD is not a disqualifier for military service.
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
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Are SHARP resources available to the family members of military personnel?
Jen P.
04/07/2016
arrow icon ON the National Guard side, we would NEVER turn a family mem...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
arrow icon SAPR and SHARP services are available to adult dependents of...
Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
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I can't find a sex offenders database for military members. . Any help?
Leah Talley
04/07/2016
arrow icon At the current time, there is no specific military sex offen...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
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What are your best practices for limiting the amount of people who have knowledge of an unrestricted sexual assault report? For example, sometimes we will have to coordinate with a gatekeeper of a system i...
Ashley Williams
04/07/2016
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Yvonne Viel
04/07/2016
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Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
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Hello! I'm very happy and honored to be a part of this. Official disclaimer: During this session, I do not speak for the DoD, Army, or North Carolina National Guard. I will share my experiences only in ...
Kristian Hall
04/07/2016
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Kristian Hall and Yvonne Viel to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on Confidentiality for Victims of Military Se...
OVCRC
04/07/2016
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