Local SAPR Coordinators Provide Advocacy for Sailors in Need
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A pillar of the Navy’s comprehensive Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program is to provide compassionate advocacy to Sailors and civilian personnel in times of need. At the local command level, this has led to the designation of two allies for active duty and civilian personnel stationed at NPS, and all tenant activities within the Naval Support Activity (NSA) Monterey umbrella.
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