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Multimedia content is in constant development. Look to featured video and audio for sexual assault-related releases.


  • (Press Conference) DoD Releases FY13 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military - May 1, 2014 Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and DoD SAPRO Director, Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Snow and SAPRO Senior Executive Advisor, Dr. Nathan Galbreath briefed the Pentagon Press Corps regarding the release of the Department’s Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military. (48:25)

    (News Report) DoD Addressing Sexual Assault on Multiple Fronts – Apr 9, 2014 DoD SAPRO Director, Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Snow was interviewed by Armed Forces Press Service about its multi-pronged approach for addressing the crime of sexual assault in the military. (01:13)

    (Briefing) DoD SAPRO Director, Maj Gen Jeffrey Snow, Sexual Assault Awareness Month Message – Apr 3, 2014 DoD SAPRO Director, Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Snow addressed leaders and troops at Fort Belvoir. His April Sexual Assault Awareness Month remarks focused on the 2014 “Live Our Values: Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault” message for all Service members. (15:19)

    (PSA) Secretary Hagel and Gen Dempsey, Sexual Assault Awareness Message – Apr 1, 2014 Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Gen. Martin Dempsey provided a Sexual Assault Awareness Month video message. (01:16)

    (Press Conference) DoD Releases Annual Military Service Academy (MSA) Report – Jan 10, 2014 DoD SAPRO Director, Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Snow briefed Pentagon reporters on the conclusions of the Annual Report to Congress on Sexual Harassment and Violence at the Military Service Academies. Air Force Col. Alan Metzler, Deputy SAPRO Director; Dr. Nate Galbreath, SAPRO Senior Executive Advisor; and Dr. Elizabeth P. Van Winkle of the Defense Manpower Data Center accompanied Maj. Gen. Snow. (23:29)

    (News Report) USAF Leaders Discuss Sexual Assault Prevention – Jul 3, 2013 Air Force Senior Enlisted Leaders recently attended sexual assault training in Kabul, Afghanistan to demonstrate their commitment to combating sexual assault in the military. (01:43)

    (News Report) Congress Hears from Defense Leaders on Sexual Assault – Jun 4, 2013 Senior military leaders address Congressional concerns about sexual assault in the military. The testimony of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Ray Odierno and Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Jonathan Greenert is featured. (03:11)

    (News Report) Gathering Evidence to Combat Sexual Assault – May 30, 2013 Military investigators are trained to gather evidence in sexual assault cases. (01:42)

    (News Report) Commander in Chief Demands Sexual Assault Accountability – May 16, 2013 President of the United States, Barack Obama addresses the issue of sexual assault in the military with the Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, DoD SAPRO Director, Maj. Gen. Gary S. Patton, and other top military leaders. (00:58)

    (News Report) Hagel Initiatives Take Aim Against Sexual Assault – May 8, 2013 Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel briefed the Pentagon press corps on recent DoD sexual assault prevention initiatives and results of the FY 2012 Annual Report on sexual assault in the military. (00:59)


  • “Live Our Values: Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault (Clock)”

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    "Safe Helpline: A Place to Start"

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    "Safe Helpline: Transitioning Service Members"

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  • "Active Bystander Intervention"

    (2014)

    "Don't Tolerate Inappropriate Behavior"

    (2014)

    "DoD Safe Helpline"

    (2014)

    "Women Speak Out"

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    "What Rapists Look Like"

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    "Bystander Intervention - Bar Scene"

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    "Bystander Intervention - Basketball"

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