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In Group 2022 Service Academy Gender Relations Survey


The 2022 U.S. Coast Guard Service Academy (USCGA) Gender Relations Survey: Overview Report (2022 SAGR) presents results on unwanted sexual contact and sex-based military equal opportunity (MEO) violations (gender discrimination and sexual harassment). The purpose of the 2022 SAGR is to provide the official prevalence estimates for unwanted sexual contact and MEO violations among USCGA students in the past academic program year and statistical change of those estimates over time. The 2022 SAGR also assesses sexual assault/sexual harassment reporting and complaint processes; measures midshipman attitudes toward and perceptions of sexual assault and sexual harassment programs and policies designed to reduce the occurrence of these unwanted behaviors; and examines the gender relations climate(s).

Data were collected for the 2022 SAGR at the USCGA from March 28, 2022 through April 1, 2022. The Health and Resilience (H&R) Research Division of the Office of People Analytics (OPA) has been conducting congressionally mandated gender relations surveys of the USCGA since 2008. The SAGR is normally fielded every other year, however, the SAGR was not administered in 2020 due to restrictions on travel and the Coronavirus Pandemic. The last time the SAGR was administered was in 2018.

Fielding Year: 2022
Produced By: H&R
Document Type: Report
Population: Service Academy
Product ID: 2023-025