Conducts routine audits of the DoD sanctioned case management system for all cases assigned to the AOR to ensure compliance with DoD and USMC reporting requirements, identifies non-compliance and facilitates corrective action on behalf of the senior commander to ensure accurate and timely data entry for the MARSOC AOR.
May provide technical assistance and consultation on the regional SAPR Program and assist in the development and implementation of training curricula, marketing materials and other tools to support the SAPR program by serving on focus groups, completing evaluations, disseminating approved surveys, and supporting other requests.
May fulfill interim SARC role during absences or upon vacancies within the MARSOC AOR and will be authorized to act in the capacity of an installation SARC for all associated duties and responsibilities, to include training and direct victim services. Coordinates with installation SARCs to ensure MARSOC SAPR personnel supporting tenant commands are properly trained to provide briefings to commands to enhance awareness of sexual assault issues such as proper reporting procedures, maintaining victim confidentiality, and available victim support services. Facilitates standardized curriculum use.
Facilitates the development and collaboration of regional SAPR public awareness campaigns to include planning of events in collaboration with the installation SARCs.
Tracks required incident and monthly reporting.
Promotes the SAPR program by encouraging victims to come forward for services, and oversees development of regional education campaigns promoting victim rights and advocacy services in collaboration with the installation SARCs within the MARSOC AOR. Monitors the development and maintenance of first responder system and assess victims’ needs across the scope of the program. Serves as direct consultant for all sexual assault issues and may represent the senior commander on committees, working groups, conferences and community meetings.
Handles sensitive information that is proprietary, privileged, confidential or otherwise legally exempt from disclosure. Safeguards sensitive information and prevents unauthorized reading, printing, retaining, copying or dissemination of information, messages, or correspondence in accordance with rules and regulations such as those covered by the Privacy Act, 5 USC 552(a), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Public Law 104-191, and DoD Directive 6025.18. Notifies the higher level supervisor and senders immediately when proprietary information has been released and advises on how to properly recover, and/or protect information. Evaluates confidentiality and reporting requirements that could cause inappropriate release or disclosure of victim’s identity and/or personal information, and issues that may require an evaluation of the possibility of legal action and the effect of potential adverse administrative action by the Marine Corps or other agencies.
Develops and implements protocol to evaluate attainment of program goals and objectives, and compliance with DoD, DON, and USMC policy with emphasis on quality analysis of installation procedures, database management, victim support services and regulatory compliance.
May access classified information to: review operational need requests via SIPRNET, establish future requirements for pending operations, attend and give briefs at confidential locations.
May travel to complete work assignments and attend conferences and meetings.