The Air Force SAPR Mission

The day-to-day mission of the Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office

is to educate, advocate, and collaborate to respond to and stop sexual assault and its harmful effects on the Air Force.


NAME:  Aimee L Hammon
OFFICE DSN:  580-4510
24/7 RESPONSE LINE:  419-604-2434
LOCATION:  Bldg. 114, close to DEERS and Recruiting (follow the signs for SAPR)



Talk to someone NOW!

Anonymous | Confidential | 24/7

Call: 877-995-5247


Text: *55-247 (inside U.S.)


SAPR Victim Advocates

Captain Colin Golian

Tech. Sgt. Dakota Showalter

Tech. Sgt. Olivia Tusko

Senior Master Sgt. Anthony Pacewicz

Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Maciejewski



Special Victims Counsel (SVC)
Confidential Legal Advice and Assistance
Protect YOUR Rights
You can contact your SARC or VA to request SVC services

PHONE:  844-468-4917


  •  Sexual Assault - intentional sexual contact characterized by force, threats, intimidation, abuse of authority, or when the victim does not or cannot consent.
  • Consent - given agreement to the conduct (activity) at issue by a competent person.
    • An expression of lack of consent through words or conduct means there is no consent
      • Lack of verbal or physical resistance or submission resulting from the use of force, threat of force, or placing another person in fear does not constitute consent
      • A current or previous dating or social or sexual relationship by itself or the manner of dress of the person involved with the accused in the conduct at issue shall not constitute consent
      • A sleeping, unconscious, or incompetent person cannot consent
  • Confidentiality - Provides privileged communication between a victim/survivor and their SARC or SAPR VA if
    • Facilitating advice or supportive assistance from SARC/SAPR VA
    • Not intended for third party
    • Applies to all stages of the process –from initial report to court-martial
      • You can speak with your SAPR team and expect confidentiality, even if you choose not to report
  • Any SAPR or Medical Staff can file a report of sexual assault (Chaplains are confidential, but do not file reports)
  • Restricted Report
    • DoD SAPR:
    • AF SAPR:
    • Air Guard SAPR:
    • AF Judge Advocate General:
    • AF Medical Corps:
    • AF OSI:
    • SAPR Links
    • Limited to active, guard and reserve military and their dependents above the age of 18; Appropriated and Non-appropriated AF civilians
    • DoD civilian employee’s dependents above the age of 18 and DoD Contractors when OCONUS
    • Command IS notified/investigation initiated; survivor can choose not to participate
    • Confidential medical care with LOD/counseling/Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) available
    • Conversations with your SARC are still confidential during an Unrestricted Report
    • Military Protective Order/ Civilian Protection Order option available
    • Expedited Transfer available
    • Can file paperwork to delay Performance Reports up to 120 days
  • Unrestricted Report
    • Limited to active, guard and reserve military and their dependents above the age of 18; Appropriated and Non-appropriated AF civilians
    • If survivor has Restricted Report and an Independent Report is opened, SARC will not disclose Restricted Report without survivor permission
    • If Independent Report is opened before survivor files Restricted Report, survivor can only file Unrestricted Report
    • Confidential medical care with LOD/counseling/Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC)/CATCH available
    • If survivor chooses Restricted Reporting first, can go Unrestricted at any time
  • Confidential
  • Not Investigated until victim provides written authorization
  • Report to SARC, VA, or healthcare provider
  • Investigated
  • Command Authorities are aware
  • Report to Supervisor, Commander, 1st Sergeant, Law Enforcement
  • Public Affairs
  • 419-868-4072
  • ID Cards
  • 419-868-4016
  • Personnel Records
  • 419-868-4016
  • Recruiting Office
  • 419-868-4469
  • Base Exchange
  • 419-865-3581
  • Tours*
  • Noise Complaint