Restricted reporting enables active duty military, guard and reserve on active status and their dependents 18 years and older, DoD civilians, and NAF employees to report allegations of sexual assault to specific personnel without triggering an investigation.
Retired military, dependents of retired military and Department of Defense contractors are not eligible for restricted reporting.
Unrestricted reporting enables an individual to report a sexual assault through normal reporting channels which includes the victim's chain of command, law enforcement, AFOSI or other criminal investigative service.
Both options provide the individual with privileged communication, medical treatment, forensic evidence collection, counseling services and legal representation.
To maintain restricted reporting, contact the
SAPR office at (208) 828-7272/6622 (DSN: 728-7272/6622), the UCC, or a volunteer Victim Advocate.
If you call Command Post to contact the SAPR office, ask for the phone number and make the call yourself. The Command Post records all calls, and restricted reporting will be lost!