Every Marine is a leader, and leaders have a responsibility to stop and prevent retaliation. We must keep the faith of those we lead and serve with.
Therefore, if a Marine sees “someone being abused, hazed, punished, or targeted because they reported misconduct or crime, you should intervene and report it,” urged the Commandant of the Marine Corps General Robert B. Neller and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Sergeant Major Ronald L. Green in a video published in May 2016 on Marine Corps social media pages.
If you see or experience restriction, reprisal, ostracism, or maltreatment – by either your superiors or your peers – visit the Inspector General of the Marine Corps website to submit a report: http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/igmc/Resources/SubmitaComplaint.aspx
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For more information on Sexual Assault Prevention & Response services available at your installation, click here.
From table displays to color races, from subject matter expert panels to softball games, April’s Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month (SAAPM) was observed Corps-wide.
Congratulations to Mrs. Jacqueline Maxwell for her selection as the Marine Corps Exceptional Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) of the Year award!
In a special public service announcement released on April 5th on social media, Marines across the Corps show how they do their part to prevent sexual assault – not just in April, but all year long.