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Inappropriate Findings Template

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Inappropriate Findings

Promising Practices

Download the Promising Practices (December 2014) here:
Promising Practices.pdf (When printing please check print both sides and flip on short edge)

DON SAPRO Commander's Guide

DONSAPRO Commander's Guide

To obtain copies of the DON SAPRO Commander's Guide, email DON SAPRO.


DON SAPRO Portal and Video Library

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Together We Can Prevent Sexual Assaults

Honorable Ray Mabus

I'm going to continue to hold our COs responsible for their command sexual assault prevention and response programs, demand that they properly train their personnel, and hold them accountable if that doesn't occur. But we've got to have the same accountability in every leader - particularly our first-line leaders, the ones our junior Sailors and Marines really listen to. It's these leaders who will influence the success or failure of our program.

Honorable Ray Mabus

Secretary of the Navy


Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert

Sexual assault is a crime... It hurts a shipmate and affects the readiness of the entire unit. Ultimately, our challenge to eliminate sexual assaults will be resolved by leadership - at the unit level.

CNO announced five initiatives to help "end the scourge of sexual assult" in our Navy (click here).

Admiral John Richardson

Chief of Navy Operations

General James F. Amos

Sexual assault has no place in our Corps. Sexual assault not only has a long-lasting effect on the individual victim, but it also erodes unit readiness and command climate. I see positive progress and indicators that the Marine Corps SAPR Program is going in the right direction. However, I also believe that there is still much work to do... Marines must all work together to create an environment in which crimes of misconduct are not tolerated in any form.

General Joseph F. Dunford Jr.

Commandant of the Marine Corps

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