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Us army sexual harassment restricted report

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Discussing a sexual assault with a chaplain is not the same as filing a restricted report, but communications with a chaplain are privileged under Military Rule of Evidence and AR Restricted reporting is available at this time to military personnel of the Armed Forces and Military Dependents 18 years of age and older who are eligible for treatment in the military healthcare system, who were victims of sexual assault perpetrated by someone other than a spouse or intimate partner.

Military personnel include members on active duty and members of the Reserve component Reserve and National Guard. Whether they file a restricted or unrestricted Report, members of the Reserve Components shall have access to medical treatment and counseling for injuries and illness incurred from a sexual assault inflicted upon a Service member when performing active duty service and during inactive duty training.

Medical entitlements remain dependent on a line of duty determination as to whether or not the sexual assault incident occurred in an active duty or inactive duty training status. At this time, retired members of any component Us army sexual harassment restricted report not eligible for a restricted report, Us army sexual harassment restricted report as a result of a current Army pilot program, DOD Civilians are now eligible to make a restricted report.

I will condemn acts of sexual harassment.

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