Army striving to decrease sexual assaults, increase reporting

Lopez, C. Todd
April 2009
Soldiers;Apr2009, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p18
This article focuses on the efforts of the U.S. Army to decrease sexual assaults and increase reporting of incidence of sexual assaults through its Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention and Response Program. The program hopes to make it more comfortable for victims of sexual assaults to report the crime. Secretary of the Army Peter Geren said that the sexual assaults within the ranks is both an assault on the person and the Army.


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