MISSION: Instill and train Barksdale Air Force Base personnel on how dignity, respect and professionalism are integral in the prevention of and response to sexual assaults in the 2nd Bomb Wing and mission partners in order to enable nuclear deterrence and conventional firepower for global strike operations…anytime, anywhere.

VISION: Create and maintain environment where all victims of sexual assault report the incident with the goal of  eliminating the threat of sexual assault and sexual harassment from Barksdale AFB.

1) Availability of SAPR services 24/7/365 for Airmen and their families
2) Execute the mission w/in CC’s intent
3) Conduct quality, mission-focused training
4) Seek ways to improve and strengthen prevention and intervention w/in units


  • Commanders Support Staff: Provide guidance for victim care, reporting requirements and notification of all sexual assault incidents
  • Training: Provide cutting edge delivery of prevention and intervention training across installation
  • Collaboration: Co-Chair Case Management Group to ensure victim is receiving optimal support and information; work closely with Special Victim’s Counsel, SJA, AFOSI, commands, mental health, and civilian counterparts.
  • Database Management: Accurately enter all data into Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database. Monitor and report on retaliation/reprisal status of all unrestricted cases.
  • Victim Advocates Making a Difference: Trained facilitators to provide required annual training
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  • SAPR empowers, supports Airmen

    Sexual assault can be a deeply traumatizing event in anyone’s life. Across the Air Force, Airmen and their families have access to Sexual Assault Prevention and Response or Family Advocacy Program resources to get support and guidance on how to move forward.

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