DLA SAPR Videos and News

 
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DLA SAPR Videos

I Knew Him (1:59 minutes)

Developed by Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)*, this short video challenges viewer assumptions about victims of sexual assault, ending with the message “It can happen to anyone, but it’s never too late to get help.” This video is especially useful for prompting discussion about men and sexual assault victimization. 


RAINN – Speak Out (1 minute)

This short music video by RAINN* places emphasis on the importance of believing survivors. Given its short length, this video is ideal for posting via social media.


Behind the Scenes at DoD Safe Helpline (3:32 minutes)

Survivors of sexual assault in the military can get a behind-the-scenes look into the DoD Safe Helpline in this short video, which features Safe Helpline staff discussing everything from confidentiality issues to what survivors can expect when they call. Staff members also talk about why they are so passionate about what they do.


Tea & Consent (2:49 minutes)

Based on a blog post that went viral, this short animated film uses humor to explain the concept of consent using the metaphor of a cup of tea. This video is a useful tool for generating a discussion about consent and sexual assault.


"Can I Wear Your Hat?" (2:19 minutes)

Developed by the University of Virginia Wellness Resource Center, this humorous short video demonstrates negotiating consent using the metaphor of asking to borrow a hat.


Faces of Safe Helpline (0:45 minutes)

Developed by RAINN,* this short video summarizes the services provided by the DoD Safe Helpline, while introducing viewers to some of the Safe Helpline staff.


Who Are You? (7:57 minutes)

This short New Zealand film focuses on the critical role that bystander intervention plays in preventing sexual assault. It follows a group of friends through an evening of socializing, including getting ready, going to a house party, and then out to a bar. Along the way, there are many moments in which a bystander could have stepped in and possibly prevented someone from sexually assaulting the main character. The film then rewinds and demonstrates multiple bystander intervention strategies that could have led to a more positive conclusion to the night. This video can be used to spark discussion about bystander intervention.
 

SAPR News From DLA
Enterprisewide | May 27, 2022

Disposition team goes 10k miles for awareness

The agency’s Teal Ribbon Relay event saw its property disposal team lacing up the cross-trainers to grow awareness for sexual assault prevention efforts.

Disposition Services | April 29, 2022

SAPR helps to support Disposition Services through healing

The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office works to implement prevention and response programs throughout the Department of Defense.

Land and Maritime | April 22, 2022

Land and Maritime in middle of the pack as Teal Ribbon Relay for Sexual ...

Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime needs a good final push as it sits near the middle of the pack as the Defense Logistics Agency’s Teal Ribbon Relay challenge for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) reaches its final

Land and Maritime | April 21, 2022

Sip (Tea) ‘n Paint event shares awareness of April observances

Program managers for the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program and Defense Supply Center Columbus’ Family Advocacy Program joined forces to host a combined Sip (Tea) ‘n Paint event to educate the

Enterprisewide | April 18, 2022

A conversation with DLA’s director of human resources on sexual assault ...

DLA Public Affairs spoke with DLA Human Resources Director Sharyn Saunders about the success of the agency's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program and employees’ roles in prevention.