Army Sexual Assault Prevention

  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Practical Exercise

    Prevetion of Sexual Assault • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program PE Terminal Learning Objective Action: Apply the Army's sexual assault policies. Conditions: As a small unit leader in a company or battalion level unit and given AR 600-20 Standards: Apply the Army's Sexual Assault Policies by-- • Reviewing its definition, purpose, and policy. • Reviewing types of sexual assault, terms, effects, and victim response. • Assessing risk factors and techniques used to prevent

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    IDENTIFY THE WARNING SIGNS OF A POTENTIAL SUICIDE Learning Step 1- Identify Suicidal behavior Learning step 2- Identify the causes of suicidal behavior Learning step 3- Identify the Army suicide prevention model Learning step 4- Identify the warning signs of depression and suicidal behavior Lesson 1 Identify Suicidal Behavior Leader Business: * Create a trusting environment where soldiers will feel that it is okay to ask leaders for help. * “Earlier treatment leads to faster recovery”

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise.

    The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise. Instructions Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise .Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator? Scenario 1: Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip is both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    Instructions Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the

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  • Sexual Assault

    Army Sexual Assault & Response Program PE: L301 Scenario 1 Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they decide to go to the theater to see the latest movie. As they watch the movie Minnie asks Sandra, “May I kiss you?” Before Sandra can respond, Minnie grabs

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  • Army Sexual Assualt Prevention

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • Sexual Assault

    places her mouth over her lips. Sandra struggles to get away, not believing what is happening to her. After pulling away, she walks out of the theater in a state of shock and surprise. a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? Yes. No consent. b. If so, what type? It is indecent Assault c. If rape, what type? Not rape. d. Who is the victim? Sandra Chip e. Who is the alleged perpetrator? Minnie Lee Scenario 2 First Sergeant Lee asks SSG Long to befriend and mentor his teenage son Mike. SSG Long

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  • The Assault

    The Theme of Responsibility and The Assault By Harry Mulisch In order to be responsible, one must be able to make moral and rational decisions while taking in consideration the guilt one will feel if the memory of their actions come back to haunt them. The Assault by Harry Mulisch explores the idea of responsibility through the infliction of a murder on the lives of innocent and guilty people. The idea that one must be able to answer for one’s behavior is portrayed in a peculiar way throughout

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  • Sexual Offenders

    One of the biggest problems on campus at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is the number of sexual offenders that live around the area and their proximity to campus. Sexual offender is someone who has been convicted of a sex crime. Crimes that are considered sex crime include but not limit: rape, sexual assault, child pornography, child molestation, and prostitution. The recidivism of sexual offenders is on average about 14% within the five years after the first time they commit a sex crime

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  • Crime Prevention

    Crime Prevention CRJ 305 Michelle McMichael Professor Levit September 10, 2013 Crime Prevention “The ultimate goal of crime prevention is to reduce the risk of being a victim.” (SIU, par. 1) “Successful crime prevention efforts will promote a safer community by enhancing the perception of safety and the attitudes and behaviors that help people feel safe.” (SIU, par. 3) Reducing crime must be a community effort. It requires the work of not only law enforcement but also the community

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  • Sexual Harassment

    Working Paper Series No. 59 Sexual harassment in the workplace: a literature review Carrie Hunt, Marilyn Davidson, Sandra Fielden and Helge Hoel Manchester Business School, University of Manchester Sexual harassment in the workplace: A literature review Carrie Hunt, Marilyn Davidson, Sandra Fielden and Helge Hoel The Centre for Equality and Diversity at Work Manchester Business School, University of Manchester 2 © Equal Opportunities Commission 2007 First published Summer 2007

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  • Prevention

    Substance Abuse Prevention Programs Julie Valpuesta Grand Canyon University April 9, 2014 Substance Abuse Prevention Programs There are many substance abuse prevention programs in America. The Army Substance Abuse Prevention, Partnership for a Drug-Free NC and SAMHSA are three of them listed in this paper. They all have goals, funding, marketing, government policies and standards to which they have to adhere to. They all have components that work, problems and a certain level of effectiveness

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  • Sexual Assault

    The assault crime of rape can be applied to many types of sexual attacks. Some of the more common types are forcible rape, acquaintance (date) rape and statutory rape. Statistics show that more than half of the victims in these cases were acquainted with their attacker. Sadly, an estimated one out of four forcible rape crimes is actually reported to police making it the least reported of all violent offenses. Forcible rape as defined in the FBI’s UCR Program is the carnal knowledge of a

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  • Sexual Harrasment

    Sexual Assault Kimberly Lewis UMUC Sexual Assault Introduction According to Ageton (1983), sexual assault has remained a devastating predicament that impacts negatively the lives of children, women and men. Rape is one of the crimes that go unreported because the data that is available does not estimate the real magnitude of the heinous act. Sexual assault victims often suffer from injuries that are inflicted by an executor of the act, or end up dying. Statistics confirms

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  • Sexual Assault Against Female in the Military

    Sexual assault against female in the military Name: School: The power dynamics model is one that integrates the aspects of the power being utilized, the leader’s potential energy and the power that has already been mastered within the context of leadership. According to the theory, the potential power available to the leader emanates from the two-dimensional co-existence perpetuated among the people relating with one another. The theory maintains the position that, a person’s aggregate

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  • Sexual Assault Against Female in the Military

    Sexual assault against female in the military Name: School: The power dynamics model is one that integrates the aspects of the power being utilized, the leader’s potential energy and the power that has already been mastered within the context of leadership. According to the theory, the potential power available to the leader emanates from the two-dimensional co-existence perpetuated among the people relating with one another. The theory maintains the position that, a person’s aggregate

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  • Sexual Assault and Women in the Military

    Sexual Assault and Women in the Military Robb Johnson English 111 Professor Murray December 19, 2014 The protection and equal treatment of the men and women who serve in the Armed Forces of the United States is one the most important duties of the United States Department of Defense. With an annual budget of $500 billion dollars, and nearly 2.5 million active and reserve servicemen and women serving around the world, the Department of Defense is one of the most important and visible functioning

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  • Cause of Sexual Assault on College Campuses

    101-Section 10 November 2014 Cause of Sexual Assault on College Campuses Over the last few years, the media has been filled with news broadcasts and reports of sexual assaults on college campuses. According to an article written by Wayne State University’s Dr. Antonia Abbey, “The term sexual assault is used . . . to describe the full range of forced sexual contacts . . .” This includes “. . . touching or kissing; verbally coerced intercourse; and physically forced [sexual behaviors]” (118). While these

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  • Sexuual Assault on College Campuses

    Why is sexual assault such a big deal to college campuses now? Is it because there are students who are suddenly bringing it to the surface and really showing what the college administration is all about or is it because the government is only forcing them to do so? Sexual assault is a prominent issue on college campuses all over the country and it affects everyone that is involved. The government is putting a lot of pressure on college administrations to help prevent the chance that one of their

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  • Sexual Assault

    This essay will examine the topic of sexual assault on University campus. Firstly, the legal definition of sexual assault is that it is an offense to knowingly cause another person to engage in an unwanted sexual act by force or threat. This essay will examine the sociological research conducted on the topic of sexual assault on University campus, and there have been a number of identified reasons in being sexually assaulted. Reasons that were discovered include the way an individual presented

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  • Rape Prevention Programs

    Rape Prevention Programs Patricia A. Saylor Criminal Justice 305 Crime Prevention Instructor Spinks August 10, 2015 Abstract This paper serves to inform the Philadelphia City jurisdiction of rape prevention programs that would be suitable for implementation in their jurisdiction. It will discuss trends in three major cities as well as nationwide trends. It also discusses costs of implementation and effectiveness of the programs. The paper asks vital questions and provides answers. There

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  • Sexual Assult on Campus

    and sexual assault. Federal, state and local officials have become involved, as schools work to revise their policies and procedures to prevent further incidents. A survey commissioned by the Association of American Universities, the results of which were released in September 2015, found that more than 27% of female college seniors reported having experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact since entering college. Meanwhile, two high-profile lawsuits have kept the topic of college sexual assault

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  • Sexual Assault Mtsu

    Middle Tennessee State University has had six sexual assault cases reported; that is more than its entirety last year. We have been in session for eight weeks; that is almost one sexual assault per week. Granted, that could be a result of the campaigns MTSU has been advertising. The posters motivate victims to speak up about an assault. Sexual assault is the most unreported crime at MTSU, according to campus police. Nevertheless, our campaign preventions should not be about the victim speaking up—

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  • Sexual Harrassment

    SEXUAL HARASSMENT Abstract Sexual harassment includes a range of actions from mild transgressions to sexual abuse or sexual assault. Sexual harassment is a form of illegal employment discrimination in many countries, and is a form of abuse (sexual and psychological) and bullying. For many businesses and other organizations, preventing sexual harassment, and defending employees from sexual harassment charges, have become key goals of legal decision-making. Many men and women around the world believe

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  • Sexual Assaults

    Investigating Sexual Assaults Sexual Assaults Incident Reports Jurisdictions have different approaches when it comes to the reporting and documentation of sexual assaults which has resulted in an inefficient system for dealing with these cases. This week’s reading identifies practices and procedures that can help in streamlining the process for law enforcement officials. Coding Each case that is reported should be documented in writing and provided with a case number regardless of the

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  • Sexual Harassment & Assault Prevention Situation

    ABSTRACT A Sexual Offense is a serious issue. The United States Military has a “zero” tolerance for sexual offenses. Sexual offenses include sexual assaults, sexual harassment, sexual violence and sexual abuse. As an NCO we need to ensure the safety of our Soldiers and do everything in our power to prevent a sexual offense. If a sexual offense happens it is our responsibility to manage it in the proper way. The Sharp Program is a combination of two Army programs. The SAPR (Sexual Assault Prevention

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  • Sexual Harrasement

    Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention Shanna M. Rodriguez ALC 167-16 Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention In the scenario, SPC Andrews did not appear to be an offender in the sense that he was preying on PFC Nolan. They are talking all night and gradually move into physical affection. As they are walking, SPC Andrews offers an arm when noticing PFC Nolan’s instability. Our image of an offender can sometimes be that of a person who is seeking to take something from someone regardless

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    1. Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With

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  • Prevetion of Sexual Assault

    • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program PE Terminal Learning Objective Action: Apply the Army's sexual assault policies. Conditions: As a small unit leader in a company or battalion level unit and given AR 600-20 Standards: Apply the Army's Sexual Assault Policies by-- • Reviewing its definition, purpose, and policy. • Reviewing types of sexual assault, terms, effects, and victim response. • Assessing risk factors and techniques used to prevent sexual assault. • Evaluating

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  • Sexual Assault and Prevention

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • Alc Phase 1 Sexual Assault Pe

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • Army Sexual Assault Prevention

    The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them

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  • Sexual Assault

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course

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  • Alc Sexual Prevention

    Soldier. Mike is 15 years old. SSG Long and Mike have spent many hours together, and Mike has become very fond of SSG Long and enjoys spending time with him. One day SSG Long suggests that he and Mike go on a camping trip. While there, SSG Long makes sexual advances towards Mike. SSG Long and Mike then engage in consensual sex. Scenario 3Sergeant Major Wayne and his wife have been married for 4 years and have kept busy with their individual careers. With their busy schedules, the Wayne’ s have a tradition

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  • Sexual Harassment

    Working Paper Series No. 59 Sexual harassment in the workplace: a literature review Carrie Hunt, Marilyn Davidson, Sandra Fielden and Helge Hoel Manchester Business School, University of Manchester Sexual harassment in the workplace: A literature review Carrie Hunt, Marilyn Davidson, Sandra Fielden and Helge Hoel The Centre for Equality and Diversity at Work Manchester Business School, University of Manchester 2 © Equal Opportunities Commission 2007 First published Summer

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise . Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common.

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    1. Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • Sexual Assault

    prejudice is hard to change or stop this has led to ethnophaulism ; a state where ethnic slurs that include derisive nicknames or speaking to members of a particular ethnic group in a condescending way. Hate Crime A hate crime is not merely an assault against an individual but against everyone in that individual's particular group, and the characteristic of the victim that has motivated the attack is in most cases qualified and absolute. Despite the fact that hate crimes represent a small percentage

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  • Being a Victim of a Sexual Assault

    Being a Victim of a Sexual Assault Craig Smith American Intercontinental University Online Abstract This paper will discuss a victim of a sexual assault who did not report the act to her local police department immediately after it occurred, but has now sought the advice of legal consultation to find out her rights and if she could sue the offender for damages or pursue criminal prosecution as a result of the attack. Just in case the victim was afraid to report the assault she needs to know

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  • Sexual Assault and Prevention Program

    1.   Assignment Information 1. Name: The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise 2. Instructions Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator? Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends

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  • Army Prevetion Sexual Assault

    study, apply the ethical decision making method using attached student handout, annotate your results for each step, and arrive at a course of action (COA) that is in compliance with the Army Ethic, Army Values, and Army leadership principles. To submit your answer, click on the title above, "What Makes an Army Leader Practical Exercise." CASE STUDY “SFC Sharp and the SECRET Papers” Recently, you received an assignment as the communications and electronics staff NCO of the 99th Infantry Battalion

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  • Sexual Assault

    places her mouth over her lips. Sandra struggles to get away, not believing what is happening to her. After pulling away, she walks out of the theater in a state of shock and surprise. a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? - Yes b. If so, what type? - Indecent assault c. If rape, what type? - Not Rape d. Who is the victim? - Sandra Chip e. Who is the alleged perpetrator - Minnie Lee Scenario 2First Sergeant Lee asks SSG Long to befriend and mentor his teenage son Mike.

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Practical Exercise 1-3

    Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the course, they

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  • Sexual Assault Definition

    Sexual Assault Definition and Army Policy Definition Of Sexual Assault Sexual assault refers to offenses of a sexual nature committed without the lawful consent of the victim. Sexual assault includes rape, forcible sodomy, indecent assault, and carnal knowledge as defined by Articles 120, 125, and 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). The following are types of sexual assault: • Rape – Sexual intercourse by force and without consent • Forcible Sodomy – Oral or anal sex by

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program

    Soldier. Mike is 15 years old. SSG Long and Mike have spent many hours together, and Mike has become very fond of SSG Long and enjoys spending time with him. One day SSG Long suggests that he and Mike go on a camping trip. While there, SSG Long makes sexual advances towards Mike. SSG Long and Mike then engage in consensual sex. Scenario 3Sergeant Major Wayne and his wife have been married for 4 years and have kept busy with their individual careers. With their busy schedules, the Wayne’� s have a

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  • The Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Pe

    places her mouth over her lips. Sandra struggles to get away, not believing what is happening to her. After pulling away, she walks out of the theater in a state of shock and surprise. a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault?
 YES b. If so, what type?
 Indecent assault c. If rape, what type?
 Not a rape d. Who is the victim?
 Sandra e. Who is the alleged perpetrator- Minnie Lee Scenario 2 First Sergeant Lee asks SSG Long to befriend and mentor his teenage son Mike. SSG Long

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  • Army Sexual Assault Practical Excersise

    .Instructions Read each scenario and determining the following: a. Does the scenario describe a sexual assault? b. If so, what type? c. If rape, what type? d. Who is the victim? e. Who is the alleged perpetrator Scenario 1Minnie Lee and Sandra Chip are both sergeant first class attending the Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC). They have become good friends during their training and have a lot in common. Both of them are divorced and have one child. With only a week left in the

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