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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program
Mission: The Nebraska National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program reinforces the Nebraska National Guard commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault through comprehensive services that centers on victim advocacy, response, reporting, awareness and prevention, training and education, and accountability.

The Nebraska SAPR program promotes sensitive care and confidential reporting for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit these crimes.  The program also provides referrals for care for victims of domestic violence.
Our Goals
  • Create a climate that strives to eliminate sexual assault incidents and ensure that victims and alleged offenders are treated according to regulation.
  • Create a climate that encourages victims to report incidents of sexual assault without fear of reprisal.
  • Establish sexual assault prevention training and awareness programs to educate service members.
  • Ensure sensitive and comprehensive treatment to restore the health and well-being of the victims.
  • Ensure leaders understand and operate within their roles and responsibilities regarding response to sexual assault victims.
  • Victim advocacy for sexual assault and limited services for domestic violence/sexual harassment victims
  • Resource management
  • Crisis intervention
  • Criminal justice advocacy services
  • Liaison between community outreach programs
  • Unit readiness
  • Commander support
  • Training and management
  • Awareness and prevention programming
Reporting Options
Restricted Reporting:
  • Allows the victim to disclose on a confidential basis and receive medical attention, counseling and advocacy services if requested:
    • VA (Victim Advocate)
    • SARC (Sexual Assault Response Coordinator)
    • Chaplain
    • Healthcare Provider
  • Law enforcement is not informed nor does the command structure become involved, thus eliminating the opportunity for disciplinary or protective action.
  • If a victim makes a disclosure to their chain of command AND did not disclose directly to law enforcement (or has not previously signed a DD2910), then a Restricted Report can still be made. The victim can choose to participate in the law enforcement investigation.
  • Expedited transfers are not available with this option.
Unrestricted Reporting:
  • Allows the victim to receive medical treatment, including a forensic examination, counseling and to inform the appropriate legal/command authority.
  • The advantage of the unrestricted reporting option is that notification of law enforcement and the command structure allows actions to be taken to protect the victim.
  • Expedited transfers can be implemented at the written request of the victim.
SAPR Contact Information

Mrs. Holly Page
Interim Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Nebraska Army National Guard
2601 NW 25th Street
Lincoln, NE 68524
☎ Office: 402.309.8176
Email: holly.a.page2.civ@army.mil
24/7 HELPLINE: 402.525.0078

Ms. Melissa Miller
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Nebraska Air National Guard
2420 W Butler Avenue
Lincoln, NE 68524
☎ Office: 402.309.1115
Email: melissa.miller.30@us.af.mil
24/7 HELPLINE: 402.540.1557
DoD Safe Helpline: 877.995.5247