Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program

DCMA: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program

Sexual assault is a crime that has no place in today’s society and certainly not within DCMA. It is a violation of everything our organization stands for and is in direct opposition to our core values of integrity, service, and excellence.

DCMA is committed to preventing sexual assault and will not tolerate, condone or overlook the behaviors that lead to sexual assault. We will work hard to prevent sexual assault and if it does occur, DCMA will be responsive in ensuring appropriate resources are made available to victims.

The goals of the DCMA SAPR Program are:


  1. Create an organizational climate that minimizes sexual assault incidents and encourages victims to report incidents without fear of retribution,
  2. Ensure sensitive and comprehensive treatment is provided to restore a victim’s health and well-being,
  3. Ensure leadership understands their roles and responsibilities to sexual assault victims, and
  4. Ensure appropriate administrative and disciplinary action is taken when necessary.


More information on the DCMA SAPR program (DCMA access only)

Reporting Options For Military & Civilian Personnel

Restricted Unrestricted
Contact SARC Contact SARC
Command not notified Command is notified
No investigation initiated Investigation initiated
SARC or Victim Advocate attends to victim needs - provides supportive services SARC or Victim Advocate attends to victim needs - provides supportive services
Get medical care Get medical care
Get counseling Get counseling
Military Option Military or Civilian Option

May convert from restricted to unrestricted at any time

Contacts - 24/7 Response Capability

Title Contact
DCMA SAPR Program Manager - Cheryl Hendrix Office: (804) 609-4199
Mobile: (804) 615-3691

DCMA SAPR Victim Advocates

DoD Safe Helpline: (877) 995-5247

Additional Information

SAPR Brochure [PDF, 1.1MB]

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