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Sexual Assault: Actions Needed to Improve DODäó»s Prevention Strategy and to Help Ensure It Is Effectively Implemented
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
Sexual assault is a crime that devastates victims and has a far-reaching negative impact for the Department of Defense (DOD) because it undermines DODäó»s core values, degrades mission readiness, and raises financial costs. DOD data show that reported sexual assaults involving servicemembers more than doubled from about 2,800 reports in FY 2007 to about 6,100 reports in FY 2014. It is estimated that 20,300 active-duty servicemembers were sexually assaulted in 2013. This report addresses the extent to which DOD (1) developed an effective prevention strategy; (2) implemented activities department-wide and at military installations related to DODäó»s effort to prevent sexual assault; and (3) developed performance measures to determine the effectiveness of its efforts to prevent sexual assault in the military. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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