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Feb. 6, 2024

Strengthening Coast Guard culture

The Coast Guard establishes an Enterprise Victim Advocate, encourages reporting by removing barriers, and more to address sexual assault and harassment in the Service.

Nov. 6, 2023

CGA Alumni Association hosts community healing event Nov. 14-15

The event creates a safe space for CGA alumni and allies to foster transparency about the ongoing response to the Fouled Anchor report and provide resources to survivors of sexual assault and harassment.

May 1, 2023

New: Sexual assault victims can 'disclose' an incident to a confidant

“We want to ensure survivors have a safe space to pause, breathe, and think about their next steps, without having to worry about initiating an investigative process before − and unless − they are ready,” - Rear Adm. Dana Thomas, Director of Coast Guard Health, Safety and Work Life (CG-11).

April 20, 2023

Three tools to support sexual assault survivors

The Coast Guard is committed to combatting sexual violence within its ranks and providing survivors with the confidential assistance and time they need to heal.

April 6, 2023

Leading for a safe climate 

Sexual assault awareness and prevention is key to safe, healthy command climates. 

Feb. 17, 2023

Non-Chargeable Convalescent Leave is a new option for servicemembers recovering from sexual assault 

Sexual assault victims now have the non-chargeable leave time for recovery.

Oct. 19, 2022

New Sexual Assault Prevention, Response and Recovery Policy update extends confidentiality

The recent SAPRR policy update allows members to seek help from a greater number of sources without disclosure. 

May 20, 2022

Living ALOHA: D14 Sexual Assault Response Assault Coordinator receives award

Lianne Casupang named the Coast Guard’s Exceptional SARC for 2022

Dec. 6, 2021

CGTips app offers ability to report crime instantly, anonymously

Download the app to protect your shipmates and yourself

Sept. 7, 2021

Hundreds of new petty officers receive SAPRR training during “A” School

Enlisted leadership will know how to REACT, thanks to the work of Yorktown’s Victim Advocates