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What soldiers need to know about the Army’s new approach to sex crimes
The decision-makers are finally listening, and our elected leaders are passing bills, rewriting regulations, and conducting studies.
Army investigating Fort Hood soldier for mocking sexual harassment in TikTok video
"I posted it and I wasn’t thinking.”
A small tweak to how the Army trains new soldiers is dramatically reducing sexual assault reports
“There was no question about what the expectations are.”
Soldier trained as advisor on sexual assault is arrested for rape
He was not serving as a SHARP rep at the time of his arrest.
Almost a year after Vanessa Guillén’s disappearance, the Army moves forward with sexual harassment reform
The policy takes sexual harassment investigations out of a soldier's direct chain of command.
The truth about false sexual assault reports in the military
‘That is not a thing’
The Army’s sexual assault prevention program is broken. These soldiers have ideas on how to fix it
"I feel like I'm, more or less, just beating a dead horse."
‘This can’t be my Army’ — The Fort Hood report is a long-overdue wake-up call for Army leaders
"[T]he more I read it, the more I thought to myself, ‘This can’t be my Army. This just can’t.’”
The Fort Hood report is a damning indictment of the Army’s ‘structurally flawed’ SHARP program
“Commands just sweep it under the rug"
Army Secretary admits the service is failing to protect soldiers from sexual assault and harassment
"My preliminary review of the report, recent cases, and recent media coverage, have hardened my belief that the Army’s SHARP program hasn’t achieved its mandate"
Government watchdog to review the Army’s sexual assault prevention program
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) called for the review in July