APG SHARP Resource Center

APG SHARP Resource Center The APG SHARP Resource Center provides resources and services in one location from a team of expert providers dedicated to helping victims navigate the medical, legal and criminal justice systems.

The APG SHARP 24/7 Hotline is: (410) 322-7154. The U.S. Army's SHARP program exists to prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual harassment and sexual assault by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army family.

The APG SHARP 24/7 Hotline is: (410) 322-7154. The U.S. Army's SHARP program exists to prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual harassment and sexual assault by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army family.

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APG SHARP takes on the 47th Annual NOVA Conference! This training allows for SHARP professionals to connect with like mi...
09/14/2021

APG SHARP takes on the 47th Annual NOVA Conference! This training allows for SHARP professionals to connect with like minded personnel so we can all learn better ways to advocate and help those in our community! #NOVA2021
#APGStrong #SHARP #unitedweadvocate

APG SHARP takes on the 47th Annual NOVA Conference! This training allows for SHARP professionals to connect with like minded personnel so we can all learn better ways to advocate and help those in our community! #NOVA2021
#APGStrong #SHARP #unitedweadvocate

APG leadership will not tolerate Sexual Harrassment and Sexual Assault in our Army. Help take a stand and foster an envi...
09/01/2021

APG leadership will not tolerate Sexual Harrassment and Sexual Assault in our Army. Help take a stand and foster an environment of prevention. #NotInOurArmy

APG leadership will not tolerate Sexual Harrassment and Sexual Assault in our Army. Help take a stand and foster an environment of prevention. #NotInOurArmy

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08/31/2021

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There are known risks and protective factors at different Social Ecological model (SEM) levels that increase or decrease the likelihood of individuals perpetrating sexual violence.

The Army’s prevention strategy focuses on stopping sexual violence before it happens by reducing the risk factors that contribute to the likelihood of sexual assault perpetration, while also building on the known protective factors at each SEM that lessen the risk of individuals perpetrating these harmful behaviors.
Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/x6pVU

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08/31/2021

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Known risk and protective factors at different Social Ecological model (SEM) levels that increase or decrease the likelihood of individuals perpetrating sexual violence.

At the unit and organizational level, risk factors include unit tolerance for sexual harassment; protective factors include engaged leadership and enforcement of sexual harassment policies.

Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/x6pVU

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08/31/2021

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As leaders, the welfare of Soldiers is one of our basic responsibilities. It’s our duty to promptly resolve harassing behavior in our units, and to protect those who are being victimized. safehelpline.org

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08/31/2021

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The Safe Helpline can help start your path to healing and recovery, reach out for support.
https://www.safehelpline.org/

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08/31/2021

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ARD has created awareness materials in support of Su***de Prevention Month. The materials feature Soldiers and spouses who have struggled with their mental health and connected with support, lists of available resources, and tips on steps Soldiers and leaders can take to #ConnectToProtect daily. Materials can be used to raise awareness at your local installation and unit about #Su***dePreventionMonth in September. All materials are available on the Army Resilience Directorate Products on Demand website. To access the materials, register for a free account below:
http://marcomcentral.app.pti.com/Ironmark/ARDMaterials

Tracey Marshall giving her opening remarks to the 5th Annual APG SHARP Foundation Course!
08/16/2021

Tracey Marshall giving her opening remarks to the 5th Annual APG SHARP Foundation Course!

Tracey Marshall giving her opening remarks to the 5th Annual APG SHARP Foundation Course!

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08/13/2021

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The Catch a Serial Offender (CATCH) Program allows sexual assault survivors (who filed a Restricted Report) to discover if the suspect in their case may have also assaulted another person (a “match” in the CATCH website). Victims can then decide whether to initiate an investigation of the serial offender suspect.
More: https://go.usa.gov/xp9DH.

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08/13/2021

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Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment prevention is an ongoing effort. Encourage reporting.

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08/13/2021

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There are known risks and protective factors at different Social Ecological model (SEM) levels that increase or decrease the likelihood of individuals perpetrating sexual violence.

The Army’s prevention strategy focuses on stopping sexual violence before it happens by reducing the risk factors that contribute to the likelihood of sexual assault perpetration, while also building on the known protective factors at each SEM that lessen the risk of individuals perpetrating these harmful behaviors.
Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/x6pVU

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08/13/2021

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Known risk and protective factors at different Social Ecological Models levels contribute to an increase or decrease in the likelihood of individuals perpetrating sexual violence.

At the individual level, risk factors include a lack of concern for others and prior history of sexual violence perpetration; protective factors include having empathy and being emotionally healthy.

Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/x6pVU

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08/13/2021

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ARD has created awareness materials in support of Su***de Prevention Month. The materials feature Soldiers and spouses who have struggled with their mental health and connected with support, lists of available resources, and tips on steps Soldiers and leaders can take to #ConnectToProtect daily. Materials can be used to raise awareness at your local installation and unit about #Su***dePreventionMonth in September. All materials are available on the Army Resilience Directorate Products on Demand website. To access the materials, register for a free account below:
http://marcomcentral.app.pti.com/Ironmark/ARDMaterials

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07/29/2021

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Sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention is a year-round effort. #EndSexualAssault

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07/29/2021

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Stay SHARP at all times. If you witness inappropriate behavior, call it out.

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07/29/2021

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Join ARD for this month’s webinar with Annie Forrest from the One Love Foundation as she talks about healthy relationships and consent.

Thursday, July 29 at 11 a.m. ET and again at 2 p.m. ET

Link for both webinars:
https://www.armyresilience.army.mil/ard/webinar.html
*1.0 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Available

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07/29/2021

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Consent is important in every stage of dating. Be open and listen to each other’s wants, needs, and boundaries.

SARC Community Outreach
05/24/2021
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SARC Community Outreach

| Protecting Victims, Survivors, Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, Stalking & Child Abuse

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05/23/2021

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It can be hard to know what to do, how to feel, or what your options are after a sexual assault. Please know there are military and civilian resources available to support you. Connect to resources: https://www.armyresilience.army.mil/sharp/index.html

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05/23/2021

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No man is an island. If you open up about your feelings, you might find that your buddies are also struggling with the same emotions.
#ArmyResilience

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05/06/2021

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Strengthening the Five Dimensions of Personal Readiness enhances your resilience! What actions will you take today?
#ArmyResilience

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05/06/2021

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Actions speak louder than words. Examine how you are setting the
example for support, transparency, and
accountability in your unit.

#apgtealtuesdays with PEO C3T
04/29/2021

#apgtealtuesdays with PEO C3T

#apgtealtuesdays with PEO C3T

#apgdenimday with AMLC
04/29/2021

#apgdenimday with AMLC

#apgtealtuesdays with PEO-C3T
04/29/2021

#apgtealtuesdays with PEO-C3T

#apgtealtuesdays with PEO-C3T

#apgdenimday with CECOM OAS
04/29/2021

#apgdenimday with CECOM OAS

#apgdenimday with CECOM OAS

#apgdenimday with the SRC
04/28/2021

#apgdenimday with the SRC

#apgtealtuesdays with AMLC
04/27/2021

#apgtealtuesdays with AMLC

#apgtealtuesdays with AMLC

What is Denim Day? Denim Day is a campaign to show support to sexual assault awareness. This day became a worldwide move...
04/27/2021

What is Denim Day? Denim Day is a campaign to show support to sexual assault awareness. This day became a worldwide movement in 1997 after a 16 year old girl was assaulted and the original ruling finding the perpetrator guilty was overturned, as they determined her jeans were too tight for anyone to take off without her help. Following that decision, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work the next day wearing jeans to show their support for the victim. We invite you to wear teal or denim on the 28th of April to show protest against the misconceptions of Sexual Assault and take part in developing a climate of prevention. Please share your pictures with the SRC Mailbox so we can share them with the community!

What is Denim Day? Denim Day is a campaign to show support to sexual assault awareness. This day became a worldwide movement in 1997 after a 16 year old girl was assaulted and the original ruling finding the perpetrator guilty was overturned, as they determined her jeans were too tight for anyone to take off without her help. Following that decision, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work the next day wearing jeans to show their support for the victim. We invite you to wear teal or denim on the 28th of April to show protest against the misconceptions of Sexual Assault and take part in developing a climate of prevention. Please share your pictures with the SRC Mailbox so we can share them with the community!

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Bldg. 4305 | 2nd Floor Office 246 6488 Rodman Rd
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
21005

General information

The APG SHARP Resource Center reinforces the U.S. Army's commitment to eliminating incidents of sexual assault through awareness and prevention, training and education, victim advocacy, response, reporting and accountability.

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 5pm
Thursday 7:30am - 5pm
Friday 7:30am - 5pm

Telephone

(410) 278-3612

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We’re a “one-stop” center for victims of sexual assault, in partnership with the Installation SHARP Program, Kirk U.S. Army Health Clinic, Criminal Investigative Division (CID), and the Staff Judge Advocate (SJA) Office. We balance the important “Victim Care” and “Interests of Justice” services in one easily accessible location.

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