Commanding General's Policy Letter
The commanding general's policy letter outlines the MCAGCC Commanding General's stand on sexual assault.
Marine Corps Order 1752.5A explains the rules and regulations for handling a sexual assault reports, as well as the function of the United States Marine Corps sexual assault prevention and response program.
White Letter No. 2-12 Sexual Assault
The Commandant's letter on Sexual Assault
White Letter on Collateral Misconduct
The Commandant's letter on Collateral Missconduct in Sexual Assault Cases
Sexual Assault is a criminal act that includes intentional sexual contact characterized by the use of force, threats, intimidation, or abuse of authority, or when a victim does not or cannot consent.
Commander's Checklist for Unrestricted Reports of Sexual Assault
The Commander's Sexual Assault Response Checklist is provided to assist unit commanders in successfully navigating the myriad of competing demands placed upon them once a sexual assault is reported. The use of the checklist has the primary objective of ensuring that there is an appropriate balance between a victim's right to feel secure and the alleged offender's rights to due process under the law. Its use also provides guidelines and standards for addressing unit interests in sexual assault cases
SAPR VA Sexual Assault Response Protocols Checklist
The VA Sexual Assault Response Protocols are provided to assist VAs in successfully navigating the myriad of competing demands placed upon them once a sexual assault is reported. The use of these protocols has the primary objective of ensuring that the victim of a sexual assault is provided with the appropriate medical treatment and advocacy support, as well as other referral information which may be of some benefit to him or her.
DD Form 2909, "Victim Advocate and Supervisor Statements of Understanding"
This form is used to familiarize the unit commanders and/or supervisors of sexual assault VAs with the VA roles and responsibilities, using DD Form 2909, "VA and Victim Advocate Supervisor Statement of Understanding".
Sex Offenders Prohibited From Housing
Explains that registered sex offenders are prohibited occupancy and access to Marine Corps government owned, leased, or privatized family housing.