•Enables military members and dependants (18+), also now DoD Civilians, who are victims to report allegations of s*xual assault to specified personnel without initiating an investigation. Specified personnel include the SARC, a military healthcare provider, Chaplain, or an on-duty Victim Advocate.
•Provides confidential reporting.
•Allows access to medical care, counseling and a victim advocate but does not initiate the investigative process. Intended to give the victim additional time and increased control over the release and management of the victim's personal information.
•Intended to give the victim additional time and increased control over the release and management of the victim's personal information.
•Empowers the victim to seek relevant information and support to make an informed decision about participating in the criminal process.
•Civilians and retired members are not eligible to make a restricted report.
•Any report of a s*xual assault made by a victim through normal reporting channels which includes the victim's chain of command, law enforcement, and the AFOSI or other criminal investigative service.
•The SARC will be notified and assign a victim advocate to the individual.
•Details of the allegation will be provided only to those personnel who have a legitimate need to know.
•Information about a s*xual assault is disclosed to command from an independent or third-party source.
•An official investigation may be initiated based upon an independent report.
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