What SVCs do for victims of sexual assault:
- Advocate your voice and choice
- Provide CONFIDENTIAL legal advice
- Protect your rights and privacy interests
- Provides legal assistance
- Advises you on the investigation and prosecution process
-Attends interviews, hearings, and Courts-Martial with you
Who does the SVC work for?
- SVCs DO NOT work for anyone on base except you
- SVCs have an independent chain of command in Washington, DC
Contact your SVC, SARC, FAP, or Legal Office to request an SVC
- Restricted Reports: Go to the SARC, FAP, Chaplain, or Health Care Provider to ensure the report remains restricted.