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Welcome to the 152nd Airlift Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) page!

In case of emergency, IMMEDIATELY call 911.

To report a case of Sexual Assault, to ask questions, or to speak with a Victim Advocate, please call:

152nd Airlift Wing SARC (Sexual Assault Response Coordinator): 
775-788-4581 / DSN: 830-4581 / Duty Cell: 775-240-5922

Nevada National Guard Joint 24/7 Sexual Assault Response Line:
775-887-SARC (7272)

Nevada SAPR Officer:

DOD Safe Helpline:


Reporting Options

The Air Force has instituted avenues for reporting sexual assault in the form of Restricted and Unrestricted Reporting.

Restricted Reporting allows sexual assault victims to confidentially disclose the assault to specified individuals (i.e., SARC, SAPR VA, Chaplains or healthcare personnel), and receive medical treatment, including emergency care, counseling, and assignment of a SARC and SAPR VA, without triggering an investigation. It is intended to give the victim (survivor) time and control over the release of their information. Further, it also empowers the survivor to make an informed decision about participating in the criminal process.
Restricted Reporting is available for:
- All Service members and their Dependents over the age of 18
Unrestricted Reporting is any report of sexual assault made through normal reporting channels (for example: reports to chain of command, security forces, and/or Air Force Office of Investigation). This reporting option triggers an investigation, command notification, and allows a person who has been sexually assaulted to access medical treatment and counseling.
Unrestricted Reporting is available for:
- All Service members and their Dependents over the age of 18
- DoD Civilians and their Dependents over the age of 18 (MTF access and/or serving in an OS location)
- Contractors (if supporting in a contingency location outside the continental United States)
Independent Reporting is an assault reported by someone other than the victim.

152nd Airlift SAPR

Sexual assault directly impacts our mission readiness as we must have implicit trust in one another. Sexual assault also exacts an extraordinary toll on victims and their families. We go into combat together and there can be no hesitation in that trust between our brothers and sisters in arms. Those who commit sexual assault break down this trust and we have no place for that in our service.

Commanders at all levels have direct responsibility for the culture and accountability within their units; commanders create the climate of their unit and ensure good order and discipline for the Airmen who have been entrusted to them.

The foundation of the Air Force is our core values of Integrity, Service and Excellence. We will build on that foundation by reinforcing and fostering a culture of dignity and respect; an environment that identifies perpetrators and holds them accountable; and an environment where victims feel empowered to come forward to report this crime.

An extremely small percentage of Airmen commit this crime, but the entire Air Force can, and must, be part of the solution by improving early intervention, accountability and victim support.

One of the greatest challenges will be helping Airmen of all ranks to assess their own attitudes toward the offense of sexual assault and understand how to improve their decision-making in interacting with fellow Airmen.

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