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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
Joint Base San Antonio
JBSA History & Fact Sheets
Gate Hours & Visitor Information
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Visitor Info
JBSA-Randolph Visitor Info
JBSA-Lackland Visitor Info
JBSA Mold Remediation
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JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Chapel
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Fire Emergency Services
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802d Military Personnel Flight
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Mental and Behavioral Health Services
Military Family Support
Military & Family Readiness
Force Support Squadron (MWR)
Vogel Resiliency Center
New Parent Support Program
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Special Victims Counsel
JBSA Army Substance Abuse Program
JBSA Army Wellness Center Services
The Things We Carry
R2 Performance Center
Retiree Activities Office
Bird/Wildlife Strike Hazard Information
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Drone Use on JBSA
Small Business Program
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Defense Department moving ahead on recommendations to combat sexual assault
September 27, 2022
— Last year, an independent review commission ordered by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III put forth an array of recommendations designed to stop sexual assault and harassment in the military. Today, the Defense Department is well underway in implementing those recommendations, said the undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness...
Department of the Air Force launches Integrated Response Co-Location Pilot program, outlines initiatives to support sexual assault, harassment survivors
August 4, 2022
— The Department of the Air Force launched the Integrated Response Co-Location Pilot program at seven installations Aug. 1, including Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, to evaluate the effectiveness of a new, more holistic approach for responding to and assisting survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, stalking and cyber harassment...
JBSA-Randolph debuts new ‘soft interview’ room at 902nd SFS
May 11, 2022
— In response to the growing need for services that demand justice for sexual assault survivors, the 902nd Security Forces Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph debuted it’s new "soft interview” room for victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes April 22...
DOD official: Preventing sexual assault, harassment a DOD priority
April 6, 2022
— The U.S. military and higher education communities have much to learn from one another in preventing sexual assault and sexual harassment, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks said April 6...
Independent entity to oversee sexual assault cases in the Army
September 16, 2021
— To better protect Soldiers from sexual harassment and assault, the Army will establish an office designed to make decisions to take action on such crimes, the service’s top civilian leader said Sept. 7...
JBSA SAPR advocacy team seeks volunteer victim advocates
June 24, 2021
— The Joint Base San Antonio Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Advocacy Center is looking for compassionate active duty military personnel and Department of Defense civilian employees to serve as volunteer victim advocates...
Program provides legal services for survivors of interpersonal violence, sexual assault
May 4, 2021
— Survivors of interpersonal violence and sexual assault can seek legal assistance through a pilot program at Joint Base San Antonio specializing in protecting their rights and guiding them through the legal process...
SAAPM: Ensuring positive support system for assault victims
March 29, 2021
— April is nationally recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, or SAAPM, which is designed to raise public awareness about sexual assault and to educate communities on how to prevent sexual violence...
Army to widen scope of legal counsel program for victims of sexual assault
December 28, 2020
— The Army looks to expand its Special Victims’ Counsel program this fiscal year, as the need for legal counsel and victim representation increased at some installations...
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response in time of COVID-19
May 21, 2020
— With the implementation of shelter-in-place orders nationwide and new schedules for those still working, citizens at home have an increased risk of severe interpersonal and intrapersonal conflicts, such as sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and suicide, and those continuing to report for duty have relational difficulties to overcome as well. This is the first in a series about risk and resilience. Resources can be found at the bottom of the article. Please do not be afraid to reach out if you need help! ...
Volunteer advocates encourage sexual assault victims to become survivors
February 13, 2020
— One of the readily available support options for victims of sexual assault at Joint Base San Antonio are Volunteer Victim Advocates. These dedicated, trained volunteers are available to meet with victims 24/7 and can provide support until full-time Sexual Assault Prevention and Response personnel become available...
New DOD program leaves sexual predators nowhere to hide
August 5, 2019
— A new Department of Defense program called Catch a Serial Offender, or "CATCH," aims to make it more difficult for perpetrators of sexual assault to evade identification and capture by law enforcement...
The backbone of support: sexual assault victim advocates
April 8, 2019
— Sexual assault is one of the most violent crimes in our society. It is the most under-reported crime with 63 percent of sexual assaults not being reported to police. Sexual assault victim advocates are perhaps the backbone of victim support at Joint Base San Antonio. All Army, Navy and Air Force victim advocates receive mandated specialized training on the impact of sexual assault and how to respond to and support its victims...
Top service lawyers: commanders crucial to attacking sexual assault, harassment
April 8, 2019
— The armed services are relentless in attacking the problem of sexual assault and sexual harassment, and experience shows that commanders must be part of that attack, the service judge advocates general told the House Armed Services Committee’s military personnel subcommittee April 2...
'Not in My Squad' initiative expands to tackle sexual assault
March 5, 2019
— The Army has recently expanded its Not in My Squad initiative as part of its ongoing fight against sexual assault, the Army's top enlisted leader told lawmakers Feb. 27...
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response empowers, supports Airmen
September 13, 2018
— Across the Air Force, Airmen and their families have access to Sexual Assault Prevention and Response or Family Advocacy Program resources to get support and guidance on how to move forward. Sexual assault can be a deeply traumatizing event in anyone’s life. It can affect their well-being, change their behavior, and affect Airmen’s ability to complete the mission...
How the Special Victims’ Counsel Program serves Joint Base San Antonio
June 4, 2018
— Sexual assault remains in the spotlight as more and more victims speak out, both in the military and throughout society. Yet reporting an assault remains a difficult road; a stigma still exists in our culture. People still ask “why did you let this happen?” or “why didn’t you scream and run away?” ...
DOD releases annual report on sexual assault in military
May 2, 2018
— The Department of Defense released its annual report on sexual assault in the military April 30, which shows an increase in reporting of assaults, but officials stress that more work needs to be done to eliminate the crime from the ranks...
Air Force releases annual sexual assault report
May 23, 2017
— Air Force reports of sexual assault increased slightly in fiscal year 2016, according to the service’s annual report on sexual assault released in Washington, D.C., May 1. ...