Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

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Report a Sexual Assault

Safe Helpline operated by the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN), the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN also operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline.

For more information visit the Department of the Navy SAPR website

Key Links:
Navy Victims’ Legal Counsel (VLC)

What are the Reporting Options?
It is important to understand the two reporting options: Restricted and Unrestricted. Reporting options may vary from state to state - contact your local Sexual Assault & Response Program Coordinator for specifics. Contacting a law enforcement agency or medical personnel may not allow the victim a choice of the reporting options.

I Think I Was Sexually Assaulted
If you have been, or think you may have been sexually assaulted, immediately contact the Safe Helpline or a local Sexual Assault & Response Program Coordinator, or Command Sexual Assault & Response Victim Advocate.

Someone I Supervise Has Been Sexually Assaulted
Contact a local Sexual Assault & Response Program Coordinator or Command Sexual Assault & Response Victim Advocate.


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SAPR Victim Advocate (VA) Initial Training

The SAPR VA provides critical support and response to victims of sexual assault. This mandatory training provides command-appointed VAs with the necessary information to support, inform, and empower victims. Prior to attending this training, all SAPR VA candidates must successfully complete a screening interview. Space is limited, so do not wait to reserve your quota.

SAPR VA Refresher Training

Credentialed Victim Advocates must complete 32 hours of refresher training every two years to maintain latest to maintain credentials and receive latest SAPR Program updates.

SAPR Unit POC Training

The Unit SAPR POC training is designed to prepare Service members how best to execute the SAPR Program within their command. Sailors will learn how to provide oversight of command compliance SAPR program requirements, maintain current information on victim resources, facilitate SAPR trainings at the command and ensure that all members of the unit have received proper training. This training helps Unit SAPR POCs feel supported and ready to implement the SAPR program and help prevent sexual assault.

SAPR Unit POC Quarterly Refresher Meeting

After basic training, SAPR Unit POCs are encouraged to attend quarterly refresher meetings to stay updated on policy changes, available resources, and the SAPR Program.

SAPR Directory - NB Coronado

Title Phone
Duty SAPR VA 619-279-2914
Civilian SAPR VA 619-985-4787
Installation SARC 619-587-2419

SAPR Directory - NB Point Loma

Title Phone
Duty SAPR VA 619-279-2933
Civilian SAPR VA 619-985-8019
Installation SARC 619-587-2446

SAPR Directory - NB San Diego

Title Phone
Duty SAPR VA 619-279-2904
Civilian SAPR VA 619-985-8157
Installation SARC 619-261-3991

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Fleet & Family Support Center Locations

Mon. - Fri., 7:30 am - 4:30 pm, Closed Sat., Sun., and holidays (unless otherwise noted)

Naval Base San Diego
3005 Corbina Alley
Bldgs 259 & 263
San Diego, CA
(619) 556-7404

Naval Base Coronado
318 Saufley Rd.
Bldg 318
San Diego, CA
(619) 545-6071

Naval Base Point Loma
140 Sylvester Rd.
Bldgs 211 & 212
San Diego, CA
(619) 553-7505

Bayview Hills Branch
1967 Sky Harbor Road
San Diego, CA
(619) 556-1275

Gateway Village Branch
3207 Rosecrans Place
San Diego, CA
(619) 222-5548

Murphy Canyon Branch
4867T Santo Road
San Diego, CA
(858) 277-4259

Santee Branch
8120 Arlette St.
Santee, CA
(619) 556-1275
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The Village at Serra Mesa Branch
3141 Afton Road
San Diego, CA
(619) 556-1277