What is an unrestricted report?

What is an unrestricted report?

Under Unrestricted Reporting, both the command and law enforcement are notified. With Restricted (Confidential) Reporting, the adult sexual assault victim can access healthcare, advocacy services, and legal services without the notification to command or law enforcement.

Who can receive an unrestricted report?

5 DoD civilian employees and their family dependents and DoD contractors are only eligible for Unrestricted Reporting and for limited emergency care medical services at an MTF, unless that individual is otherwise eligible as a Service member or TRICARE beneficiary of the military health system to receive treatment in …

Who can take restricted report sharp?

Restricted reporting is available at this time to military personnel of the Armed Forces and military dependents age 18 and older who are eligible for treatment in the military healthcare system, who were victims of sexual assault perpetrated by someone other than a spouse or intimate partner.

Can a victim advocate Take a restricted report?

While Special Victims’ Counsel and chaplains have confidentiality/privilege, they CANNOT accept a Restricted Report.

Is restricted reporting always kept confidential?

Restricted Reporting – is confidential, does not trigger an investigation or command involvement, and allows access to THESE supportive service options: Advocacy Services (support, information, referral, and accompaniment) Medical/Counseling Services. Victims’ Legal Counsel.

What are unrestricted reporting options?

Unrestricted Reporting. This option is for victims of sexual assault who desire medical treatment, counseling, legal assistance, SARC/SHARP Specialist and VA/SHARP Specialist assistance, and an official investigation of the crime. When selecting unrestricted reporting, you may report the incident to the SARC/SHARP Specialist or VA/SHARP Specialist,…

What is a restricted report of sexual assault?

Restricted Reporting. Restricted reporting allows a sexual assault victim to confidentially disclose the details of his or her assault to specified individuals and receive medical treatment and counseling, without triggering the official investigative process.

What are the options for reporting sexual assault?

You have several options for reporting sexual assault: Call 911. If you are in immediate danger, dial 911. Help will come to you, wherever you are. Contact the local police department. Call the direct line of your local police station or visit the station in person.

What is an unrestricted reporting?

Unrestricted Reporting is the military’s preferred reporting method because it provides the widest latitude to help and protect victims of sexual assault. Through the unrestricted option, details of the incident are kept confidential and are only disclosed on a need to know basis.

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