SAPR Offering Victim Advocates Training | Best Of
Those interested in providing support and care to victims of sexual assault may soon have the opportunity. For the first time in two years, the Sexual Assault Prevention & Response office is offering training for new victim advocates.
The training will be Jan. 28 through Feb. 1, and is open to active duty military personnel, reservists, National Guard personnel in active status and DoD civilian employees.
"We are seeking volunteers who must possess the maturity and experience to assist in a very sensitive situation," said Jayne Bishop, sexual assault response coordinator assistant.