Harassment, Sexual Abuse and Prevention (SHARP) Program The Army’s Harassment, Abuse and Sexual Prevention (SHARP) Program is the integrated effort and proactive military to end sexual harassment and ■■■■■■■ among our ranks. Sexual harassment and ■■■■■■■ have no place in the military.
The military harassment, abuse and prevention program, known as SHARP, exists so that the military can prevent sexual harassment and ■■■■■■■ before it occurs. Our goal is to eliminate sexual abuse and harassment by creating an environment that respects the dignity of every member of the military family.
All eight-week Advanced Individual Training (AIT) courses include two hours of SHARP reinforcement training. AIT courses lasting more than 23 weeks receive quarterly reinforcement training and SHARP training.
Harassment / sexual abuse and prevention
The SHARP program works throughout the military to combat sexual harassment and prevent sexual ■■■■■■■. Intervene, Act & Motivate (I.A.M.) STRONG is the military campaign against sexual violence that involves all soldiers in preventing sexual violence before it happens.
Although the SHARP program is effective in teaching soldiers that there are problems with sexual violence, the key finding is that it ignores the social and gender norms of the military and maintains a culture that contributes to harassment and abuse.
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Complaints must be filed within 60 days of the incident. Complaints lodged after 60 days can be prosecuted at the discretion of the directors.
The role of the SARC / SHARP specialist The SARC / SHARP specialist is considered the single point of contact to ensure that victims of sexual abuse receive adequate and appropriate care. They are the central contact point for coordinating the admission of victims of sexual abuse.
The Army’s SHARP Program: is an integrated and proactive effort by the Army to end sexual harassment and abuse within its ranks. It has full-time staff at brigade level and beyond.
Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corps
ASI 1B ESTABLISHED TO IDENTIFY DUTIES AND CERTIFIED PERSONNEL AS SEXUAL ■■■■■■ JUSTIFICATION COORDINATOR (SARC) OR VICTIM LAWYER (VA) FOR TRACTION / SECTIAL LIABILITY.
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