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PACAREA Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Resources
Reporting a Sexual Assault

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D11 (CA, NV, UT)
Nicole Beeson, SARC
(510) 437-3446
(510) 871-0114 (mobile)

Clinton Watanabe, SARC
(707) 765-7106
(707) 591-4181 (mobile)

Tiffani Collier, EAPC
(310) 521-6136
(310) 877-3779 (mobile)

D13 (OR, WA, ID)
Jennifer Husman, SARC
(206) 217-6675
(206) 735-1759 (mobile)

Kristin Cox, EAPC
(206) 217-6607
(206) 384-6777 (mobile)

Shirley Dujardin, EAPC
(206) 217-6608
(206) 849-8343 (mobile)

D14 (Hawaii, Guam, AM Samoa, FEACT)
Toni Scott, SARC
(808) 842-2092

Nelda Spyres, SARC
(907) 463-2124
(907) 209-0855 (mobile)

Kodiak Island
What is Sexual Assault?
Sexual assault is intentional sexual contact, characterized by the use of force, threats, intimidation, abuse of authority, or when the victim does not, or cannot consent. Sexual assault includes rape, forcible sodomy, and other unwanted sexual contact that is aggravated, abusive, or wrongful, or attempts to commit these acts. Specific definitions of the elements of the sexual assault and sexual contact offenses are identified in Article 120 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

“I view all 13,000 Coast Guard men and women in PACAREA as members of my immediate family and accordingly am intolerant and will hold accountable all acts of sexual assault that undermine the well being of my family tree. Clearly, I cannot undertake this campaign single-handedly and require all hands on deck to courageously assert intrusive leadership in preventing such criminal acts that physically and emotionally scar each victim and our shipmate for life. Duty demands courage and we are all on duty 24 x 7 when it comes to up holding our core values - honor, respect and devotion to duty.”
-VADM Paul F. Zukunft, Pacific Area Commander

“Our people have a RIGHT to freedom from hazing, sexual harassment, and sexual assault. Each of us has a RESPONSIBILITY to ensure that freedom is maintained. No one should engage in or contribute to these behaviors. And so I'm clear, standing by, watching and not intervening is, in my opinion, contributing to this unacceptable behavior. The wake left by these poor behaviors can be emotionally and physically devastating with lasting effects. Take care of your shipmates as if they were family.”
-Command Master Chief Leilani Cale-Jones

Other Resources:
Chaplain Corps: (855) 872-4242
Safe Helpline: 877-995-5247 (operated by RAINN)
Secure instant messaging
Confidential assistance 24/7 for DoD and CG service members
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE (4673)
Secure instant messaging
Confidential assistance 24/7 for civilians
CGSUPRT: 1-855-CGSUPRT (247-8778)
Confidential assistance 24/7 for all Team CG personnel
USCG Criminal Investigative Service (CGIS): (202) 372-2100

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Last Modified 8/12/2015