Sexual Assault Investigations

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  1. What is AF SXA policy?
    • Unrestricted
    • Restricted
    • Not allowed to join military with SXA conviction
  2. What is DoDD 6495.01 and 6495.02?
    • 01 = SAPR, policy and restricted reporting guidelines
    • 02 = SAPR procedures, assigns roles, restricted and unrestricted
  3. What is SAPR?
    SXA Prevention and Response Program
  4. What is OSI SXA policy?
    • From AFOSIMAN 122, vol 1:
    • Detco coord with FSC
    • SAFE kit on V and S
    • Coord w FSC regarding evid. sent to lab
    • Coord w SJA regarding evid. sent to lab
  5. OSI SXA policy - Detco must coord w FSC regarding what? (4)
    • 1) SXA
    • 2) types of evid. for SAFE kit
    • 3) SAFE kit for both V and S unless FSC says no
    • 4) types of evid sent to lab
  6. What is an FSA?
    Forensic Science Agent same as FSC
  7. FSC/FSA must review what regarding SXA?
    Lab request forms
  8. OSI investigates all reports of: (3)
    • 1) Rape
    • 2) nonconsensual sodomy
    • 3) attempts to commit
  9. What is indecent assault?
    ABCD
    • 1) authority
    • 2) bodily harm
    • 3) coercive physical force
    • 4) digital penetration
  10. OSI investigates on case by case reports of:
    Indecent assault and attempts
  11. If a child is involved in SXA, who investigates?
    OSI
  12. Who normally investigates indecent assault?
    SFS
  13. Who is SARC?
    SX Reponce Coord.
  14. Who does SARC report to?
    Installation/CV
  15. OSI responsibility regarding SARC? (3)
    • 1) develop relationship
    • 2) notify ASAP when SXA
    • 3) document as Coord Activity
  16. What is the unrestricted reporting process for SXA? (4)
    • 1) existing reporting channels
    • 2) notify SARC
    • 3) SARC assigns VA
    • 4) OSI investigates
  17. V's get what when they use SXA restricted reporting?
    Allows V of SXA time, control, and empowerment
  18. V can report restricted SXA to who? (2)
    Med and SARC
  19. who is allowed access to restricted SXA reporting? (3)
    med, counseling, VA
  20. T/F V can decline SAFE kit?
    True
  21. restricted reporting applies to who?
    active duty and dependents under 18
  22. Can V use restricted reporting and tell family or friend?
    No
  23. SXA covered comm? (4)
    btw V, SARC, VA, HCP
  24. Covered comm can be released when?
    in writing from V
  25. if SXA report goes unresticted what happens to the covered comm?
    no longer covered
  26. What goes on AF 52 of SAFE kit restricted reporting? (3)
    • 1) RRCN
    • 2) date received
    • 3) name of who provided (HCP)
  27. What is RRCN?
    restricted reporting case number
  28. how do you document SAFE kit restricted reporting?
    • 1) open exception activity
    •    -title: date, det, rrcn
    •    -narrative: 5Ws
    •    -log evid: evid tab
    • 2) Associate to A&P file
  29. SXA restricted reporting document in I2MS?
    • exception activity
    • -title: date, det, rrcn
    • -narrative: 5W's
    • -log evid in evid tab
    • associate to A&P file
  30. if sxa goes from restricted to unrestricted what are the agent duties? (5)
    • 1) break safe kit seal, inventory items
    • 2) document condition change on 52
    • 3) mark items
    • 4) document change to exception activity
    • 5) associate exception activity to new case
    •     -don't delete anything in A&P file
  31. what reg talks about marking evidence?
    71-118 v4
  32. how long to keep evid in restricted SXA?
    5 years
  33. SARC contacts V at ___ year(s) to determine if V wants to unrestrict.
    1 year
  34. if independent report comes in about SXA, what does that mean to a restricted report?
    OSI will investigate
  35. Can an unintented disclosure of SXA trigger OSI investigation?
    NO
  36. how do you form a memory? (3)
    • 1) aware of it
    • 2) pay attention
    • 3) able to retrieve
  37. What is dissociative amnesia?
    unable to recall memories of traumatic events
  38. difference btw blackout and passout?
    • blackout:
    • memory loss
    • complex behavior, etc
    • passout = unconscious
  39. what are the three critical components to a V inverview?
    • 1) background
    • 2) timeline
    • 3) details
  40. Med exam of SXA V accomplishes what two high level basic things?
    • 1) ID and tx of trauma
    • 2) collect evid.
  41. what is the objective of the SXA exam? (5)
    • 1) tx of injury
    • 2) protect STD
    • 3) ptotect pregnancy
    • 4) org psychological help
    • 5) collect evid.
  42. Best evid. collected during first __ hours for sxa exam?
    96
  43. Sperm heads can remain in cervix for __ days?
    19
  44. What are the genital injury types? TEARS
    • Tears
    • Ecchymoses (bruising)
    • Abrasions
    • Redness
    • Swelling
  45. two ways to document genital injuries?
    • 1) staining
    • 2) colposcopy
  46. when to do a motile sperm exam?
    w/i 24-36 hours of sxa
  47. what is not included in SAFE kit that could be important evidence?
    • lubricants
    • floss
  48. when should a subject medical exam be conducted?
    w/i 72 hours
  49. who must be present during a SUBJECT SXA exam?
    Agent
  50. what are we looking for at sxa crime scene? (3)
    • 1) evid of sexual contact
    • 2) evid of lack of consent
    • 3) details to corroborate/refute allegation
  51. what are the sxa pretext themes?
    V
    friend
    • V - angry, STD?, apology, why?
    • Friend - concern, approval
  52. what is the most common drug for SXA?
    alcohol
  53. how long to detect GHB?
    • Blood = 4-6 hours
    • Urine = 24 hours
  54. how long to detect Ketamine?
    72 hours
  55. how long to detect Rohypnol?
    • Blood = 24 hours
    • Urine = 48 hours
  56. how long to detect alcohol?
    12-14 hour window
  57. does a non-stranger rapist usually use a weapon?
    no
  58. what is the difference btw false allegation and recantation?
    • false = did not happen
    • recant = V withdraw complaint of SXA
  59. why false SXA allegation? (5) Really SAD Girl
    • 1) Revenge
    • 2) Sympathy
    • 3) Alibi
    • 4) mental Disturbance
    • 5) secondary Gain
  60. why alibi?
    • 1) cope
    • 2) unwanted preg
    • 3) fear of STD
    • 4) refute promiscuity
    • 5) "innocent"
  61. why revenge?
    retaliation for rejection
  62. why attention?
    impulsive and lack social skills
  63. why secondary gain?
    • get out of military
    • get husband back from deployment
  64. What are the red flags?
    Crazy Victim Stop Making The Details up
    • Circumstances don't match crime
    • Vague
    • Statements don't match known facts
    • Medical exam doesn't match facts
    • Trouble for something
    • Dispute with Subject
  65. what is OSI SXA policy regarding safe kit on V and S?
    done on both!
  66. What is OSI policy regarding evid sent to lab?
    must coord with FSC and SJA

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