2014 Survivor Experience Survey: Report on Preliminary Results. Fiscal Year 2014, Quarter 4
Final rept. 4 Jun-22 Sep 2014
DEFENSE MANPOWER DATA CENTER ALEXANDRIA VA
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This survey was conducted in response to a Secretary of Defense Directive requiring a standardized and voluntary survey for survivors be developed and regularly administered to provide the sexual assault victimsurvivor the opportunity to assess and provide feedback on their experiences with SAPR victim assistance, the military health system, the military justice process, and other areas of support Secretary of Defense, 2014. The Defense Research, Surveys, and Statistics Center RSSC within the Defense Manpower Data Center DMDC DMDC-RSSC was tasked with this effort. The SES was developed as an ongoing survey to provide details related to the sexual assault survivors overall reporting process and reporting experience and address areas that were of specific interest to the Department, including awareness of SAPR resources and reporting options, use of and satisfaction with SAPR personnel including Sexual Assault Response Coordinators SARCs, Uniformed Victims AdvocatesVictims Advocates UVAsVAs, and legal personnel, use of and satisfaction with SAPR-related medical and mental health services, and leadership response to sexual assault reports.
- Sociology and Law
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Military Forces and Organizations