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Military Personnel: DOD Needs to Take Further Actions to Prevent Sexual Assault during Initial Military Training
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
In September 2012, following investigations for alleged sexual assaults during basic training, an Air Force Commander-directed report made 46 recommendations intended to better prevent sexual assaults during basic training. Congress mandated a review of the Air Forceńˇ╗s efforts to implement the recommendations and lessons learned to better prevent and respond to sexual assault incidents among the services. This report examines the extent to which (1) the Air Force implemented the recommendations to better prevent, investigate, and respond to sexual assault during basic training and evaluated the effectiveness of actions taken; and (2) the military services have a process to share lessons learned and have data to oversee their efforts to prevent sexual assault and related misconduct during initial military training. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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