If you have been sexually assaulted, caring and compassionate help is available.
Trained and certified Victim Advocates are ready to assist MSNG members by contacting a unit victim advocate, the JFHQ SARC, Victim Advocate Coordinator, or your command
If the assault took place recently...
Go to a safe location away from the attacker.
In cases of rape, you may want a sexual assault forensics examination at a local hospital. If you desire this a exam, do not brush your teeth, bathe, eat or drink anything to preserve evidence.
Forensics examination can test for STDs and pregnancy. If you think you may have been drugged, urine sample may be collected for analysis.
Place clothing in a brown paper bag.
Write down the details you can recall about the assault and perpetrator.
If the assault took place in your home, do not rearrange and/or clean anything.
You do not have to report the sexual assault through your military chain of command unless you choose to do so.