SAPR 24/7 HELP LINE - CALL: 508-274-6839
Sexual Assault Response Coordinators and Victim Advocates are available at all Air Force installations to assist victims and survivors of sexual assault. The 102nd Intelligence Wing SARC serves as the single point of contact for integrating and coordinating care for sexual assault victims on base 24/7, 365 days a year.
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program reinforces the Air Force's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault through awareness and prevention training, education, victim advocacy, response, reporting and accountability.
"As Airmen, I ask you to be a part of the prevention of negative behaviors and develop a culture of respect and inclusion for our Airmen."
Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice
Director, Air National Guard
"When an Airman asks for help, we want to recognize and support their couragious behavior."
Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville
Deputy Director, Air National Guard
"Acts that demoralize units and degrade readiness, such as seual assault and sexual harassment, will never be tolerated. We must ensure all victims receive our utmost support and care."
Gen. Joseph Lengyel
Chief, National Guard Bureau
102nd Intelligence Wing Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC):
Ms. Jacquelyn E. Tellier
BLDG 170, Room 203
Office: 508-968-SAPR (7277) 557-7277 DSN
Office Hours: Tuesday - Friday 0700-1700
The SARC answers to the command and is responsible for overseeing policy, education, victim services, data reporting and collection, with the intent to implement training and policy based on the needs of the state.
Victim Advocate (VA): Victim Advocates report directly to the SARC and provide valuable support to victims of sexual assault, guiding victims through the claims process, and providing resources to help victims recover and resolve their case against the alleged subject. They can be relied upon for:
- Crisis Intervention
- Information on medical and counseling services
- Referrals to health and wellness providers
- Ongoing non-clinical support
- Policy/Process Guidance
- Victim support through investigations and court proceedings
- Assistance on the DD Form 2910, Victim Preference Statement, and other Reporting Options for which the victim is eligible
- Help for as long as the victim requires it
Chaplain: Your military spiritual leaders are available to provide privileged and un-breeched covered communications. Reporting to the Chaplain qualifies for Restricted Reporting. If the victim wants a restricted or unrestricted case, they must speak with the SARC.
Healthcare Personnel: HCPs will provide confidential communication with victims, and will report incidents of sexual assault to the SARC under the Restricted Reporting designation. If the victim wants a restricted or unrestricted case, they must speak with the SARC.