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Army Sexual Assualt Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program: Reference Guide for Installation Victim Advocates, Unit Victim Advocates and Sexual Assualt Response Coordinators

ISBN 10: 1932990267 / ISBN 13: 9781932990263
Published by Luxart Communications, Dollar-des-Ormeaux, Quebec, Canada, 2008
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48 p. Includes illustrations. In 2008, Luxart Communications changed its name to QuickSeries Publishing to be better aligned with our brand. The Army aggressively teaches and promotes Army values and self-discipline to new recruits and first-term Soldiers to ensure they understand and embrace the Army's efforts to create a climate of prevention and intervention, one in which Soldiers can serve without fear of sexual assault. In alignment with the Joint Chiefs of Staff Strategic Direction to the Joint Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Army Cadre incorporate discourse about sexual harassment/assault prevention, intervention, and response as part of the daily interaction with new Soldiers. Additionally, new Soldiers receive SHARP training within their first week of Basic Combat Training. The Army's approach to training and educating new recruits/Soldiers leverages proven cultural change model precepts that employ six sources of influence-personal motivation and ability, social motivation and ability, and structural motivation and ability. These efforts coincide with a Soldier's transition from civilian life and the social values new Soldiers bring with them to Army Values and standards. They also help move the new Soldier from uncertainty (an inability to act, lack of skills or courage) to courage to act in ways consistent with Army Values and the Profession of Arms (knowledge about how to act and practice in implementing model skill sets). Very good. Has slight wear and soiling. Bookseller Inventory # 68685

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Title: Army Sexual Assualt Prevention and Response ...

Publisher: Luxart Communications, Dollar-des-Ormeaux, Quebec, Canada

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Spiralbound

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