Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR)
While serving as the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocate, she ensured the training of over 600+ Sailors; increased command awareness, and created an environment where sailors feel comfortable reporting incidents.
As SAPR POC, she facilitated over 50 hours of annual GMT, increasing program knowledge unit wide and bolstering command climate, trust, and mission readiness.
Seved as the CNMOC SAPR POC and conducted annual command GMT training lectures and promoted awareness of the SAPR program and ensured all command VA were properly trained.
WHILE SERVING AS SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATE, SHE MANNED NAVAL BASE SAN DIEGO'S VICTIM RESPONSE LINE FOR 440 HOURS, HELPING TO UPHOLD THE DOD MISSION OF TREATMENT AND SUPPORT FOR ALL VICTIMS.
Provided fleet level SAPR-F training to the crew and served 55 hours of SAPR watch duty, improving the workplace climate.
Tracked and monitored SAPR-L training for 350 personnel and entered training into the FLTMPS database. Increased overall readiness from 0% to 90%.
AS COMMAND SAPR COORDINATOR, SHE TRAINED 188 PERSONNEL ON PROGRAM POLICY, BRINGING REQUIRED TRAINING UP TO MOST CURRENT FLEET STANDARDS.
HE PROVIDED 80 HOURS OF HIS OFF-DUTY TIME AS A SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATE LIAISON AND PROVIDED 11 NAVY PRIDE AND PROFESSIONALISM INDOCTRINATION SESSIONS FOR 110 FELLOW SERVICE MEMBERS.
AS SAPR VA, PROVIDED CRITICAL TRAINING TO SAILORS ABOARD THE USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT, HELPING TO MEET STRICT TRAINING CRITERIA SET FORTH BY THE NAVY TO EDUCATE SAILORS AND DETER SEXUAL ASSAULTS IN THE MILITARY.
Coordinated and conducted the Region-wide "Stamp Out" sexual assault awareness training.
AS COMMAND SAPR, HE COORDINATED TRAINING FOR 98 PERSONNEL AND ORGANIZED SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH EVENTS FOCUSING ON THE EFFECTS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT ON MISSION READINESS.
Obtained SAPR-F certification and assisted in the standup and coordination of training venues for Command SAPR-F training for 188 Sailors.
Personally delivered insightful SAPR training assuring increased command awareness and resulting in zero reportable incidents.
COMMAND SAPR- Scheduled monthly indoctrination training, annual GMT training and ensured the command was always in compliance with any sexual assault incident.
As a member of the SAPR team, HN Wilson interviewed 9 victims, witnesses, and suspects and documented those actions in 12 investigative action reports.
She served as Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Representative for OIC and stood the SAPR watch for the National Capital Region and Office of Naval Intelligence.
SHE VOLUNTEERED AS THE COMPANY SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE REPRESENTATIVE, TRAINING OVER 200 PERSONNEL ON THE SAPR PROGRAM RESULTING IN A POSITIVE COMMAND CLIMATE AND AN INCIDENT FREE COMPANY.
Led two Command SAPR training sessions ensuring all Sailors and their Families have access to a well-coordinated, highly responsive victim advocate.
As a nationally trained and certified SAPR VA, Hospital Corpsman Wilson completed 40 hours of voluntary SAPR VA training, 20 hours of additional refresher training, and ten hours of online training.
AS THE SAPR POINT OF CONTACT, SHE DEDICATED NUMEROUS HOURS TOWARDS SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS THROUGH COMMAND TRAINING AND POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT, RESULTING IN AN ENVIRONMENT WITH ZERO INCIDENTS.
As a nationally trained and certified SAPR VA, assisted members of our command in time of need, with 1245 hours of on-call duty.
Hospital Corpsman Wilson participated in the commandís Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities and set up the NBHC Jacksonville SAPR display table.
SERVED AS PACIFIC REGION SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION & RESPONSE VICTIM ADVOCATE. HIS DEVOTION TO AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY WORK PLACE LED TO ZERO ACTIVE REPORTS WITHIN THE SEABEE DIVISION.
Responded to six SAPR NBHC Jacksonville drills in 2016. Hospital Corpsman Wilson attended all monthly VA meetings to ensure she was up to date on the latest changes and updates and to ensure she provided the most accurate information to those she represented as a VA.
AS SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATE, SHE CONTRIBUTED 40 HOURS TOWARDS INCREASED AWARENESS WITHIN THE HAMPTON ROADS COMMUNITY.
As the SAPR POC for NRD Richmond, she ensured the training of over 300 military and civilian personnel across the command while meticulously supervising 11 Victim Advocates and assisting in the credentialing of two new Victim Advocates.
TRAINED 69 PERSONNEL ON THE NAVY'S SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE PROGRAM AND STOOD 90 HOURS OF SAPR ROVER WATCH ON NAVAL STATION NORFOLK TO COMBAT SEXUAL ASSAULTS.
As a certified SAPR VA, he is a vital resource and key player for command and has assisted and resolved over 100 sexual assault incidents.