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Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness

DoD Safe Helpline

Meet the Ellsworth SAPR Team

Click here to e-mail the Ellsworth SARC

What is the definition of Sexual Assault?
You can find the definition of Sexual Assault by visiting the Air Force SAPR website by clicking here.

For more information about sexual assualt, Ellsworth's Sexual Assault Response Coordinator program, or to report an incident of sexual assault, contact the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office at (605) 385-7272.

"I've been sexually assaulted.
What are my Options?" Click here

"My friend has been sexually assaulted. 
What do I do?" Click here

"Someone I supervise has been sexually assaulted. 
What do I do?" Click here

Who is eligible for SAPR assistance?
All service member, their dependents 18 and older and Air Force civilian (appropriated and non-appropriated) employees.

Leadership Messages

Deborah Lee James, Secretary of the Air Force"During the last year, the Air Force has worked hard to combat sexual assault. We have invested in programmatic, educational, and resourcing efforts aimed at reinforcing a zero tolerance environment. The Air Force's mission depends on Airmen having complete trust and confidence in one another. Our core values of Integrity, Service and Excellence, define the standard. Sexual assault is absolutely inconsistent and incompatible with our core values, our mission, and our heritage. As such, our SAPR program is a priority both for ensuring readiness and taking care of our Airmen."
Deborah Lee James
Secretary of the Air Force

Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, Air Forced Chief of Staff"Sexual assault has no place in our Air Force. We live in a culture of respect. We cherish our core values of integrity, service and excellence. But in order to ensure all Airmen experience and benefit from those values, we must eliminate sexual assault in our ranks."
Mark A. Welsh III
General, USAF Chief of Staff
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Cody"Sexual assault has no place in our Air Force. We will continue to provide a balance of focused education, compassionate advocacy, and accountability in order to promote dignity and respect. We remain dedicated to eliminating sexual assault and instilling confidence and care in the reporting process.."
James A. Cody
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force

Reporting Options and Useful Links

Who can I call?
Special Victims' Counsel
Air Force SAPRWebsite
JAGSexualAssault Conviction Page
AF/CVS Biograpgy

Call the Helpline anytime.
This number is answered 24/7 by an on-call
victim advocate.

EAFB 24/7 SAPR Helpline: 605-385-SARC(7272)
SARC Office:605-385-5233
SAPR Victim Advocate:605-385-1474
EAFB SAPR Office: The SAPR Office is located in Bldg 2500 (Rushmore
Center), Suite 2800 (2nd floor)