Restricted Reporting Option - gives a victim time and opportunity to get information about available services and fully explore his or her rights, so he or she can make an informed decision without the pressure of an investigation or any legal process. Once a victim becomes fully informed about the services available they can choose to convert the restricted report to an unrestricted report. Access to legal counsel is also available.
Restricted Reporting is available for Active Duty Military and their dependents (spouses and children 18 years old and up), Department of Defense civilians, Guard and Reserve.
Unrestricted Reporting Option - Any report of a sexual assault made through normal reporting channels, including the victim's chain of command, law enforcement, and the AFOSI or other criminal investigative service is considered an unrestricted report. Details of the allegation will be provided only to those personnel who have a legitimate need to know. Access to legal counsel is also available
Unrestricted Reporting is available for Active Duty Military and their dependents (spouses and children 18 years old and up), Department of Defense civilians, Guard and Reserve.
Rule 514. Victim Advocate - victim privilege. Effective December 2011, a victim has a privilege to refuse to disclose and to prevent any other person from disclosing a confidential communication made between the victim and a victim advocate, in a case arising under the UCMJ. If you would like additional information on this process or have questions, please contact your SAPR Office at 307-773-3483.