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In Group 2018 QuickCompass of Sexual Assault Responders: Overview Report


Results from the 2018 QuickCompass of Sexual Assault Responders (2018 QSAR) show that Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) personnel experience high levels of support from local commanders, healthy working relationships, and satisfaction with their training and certification. SAPR personnel showed confidence in assisting both female and male victims, clarity on SAPR policies and procedures, and low levels of burnout, vicarious trauma, and compassion fatigue. Areas for improvement include engagement with legal personnel, training on the court-martial process, and use of resources and tools.
Fielding Year: 2018
Produced By: H&R
Document Type: Report
Population: Active Duty, Reserve Component, Service Academy
Product ID: 2019-019