Victims of sexual assault have two reporting options:
Restricted Reporting - Allows a victim of sexual assault to confidentially disclose their assault to those with confidentiality: SAPR Victim Advocates, SARCs, Health Care Providers/Counselors, or Chaplains. The restricted reporting option does not trigger command notification or a law enforcement investigation. Information about available resources will be offered such as medical treatment, counseling, chaplain services, and advocacy through the SAPR program.
Unrestricted Reporting – Allows a victim of sexual assault to receive supportive services (medical treatment, counseling, and advocacy services), an official law enforcement investigation, and Command involvement. When selecting unrestricted reporting, it is recommended that current reporting channels, (SARC, SAPR VA, chain of command, health care professional, or law enforcement) are utilized to ensure that details are limited to those who have a legitimate need to know.