Phone - 676-0365 · Hotline - 676-7272 · Bldg. 920
The Sheppard AFB Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program (SAPR) actively
commits to the safety and well-being of all Airmen, Adult Dependents and AF
civilian members assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base.
Sexual assault is a crime and can be very traumatic for a victim of sexual
assault. Sexual assault is defined as intentional sexual contact characterized
by use of force, threats, intimidation, or abuse of authority or when the
victim does not or cannot consent. Sexual assault includes rape, sexual assault,
aggravated sexual assault, abusive sexual contact, forcible sodomy (forced oral
or anal sex), or attempts to commit these acts.
For sexual assault reporting options, click here.
Special Victims' Counsel provides sexual assault victims with advice, advocacy, and empowers victims through independent resources. If you would like more information, contact your SAPR office at 940-676-0365 or SVC Regional Main Office directly at comm. 210-671-4748 or DSN 473-4748.
Another option to seek assistance is through the Department of Defense Safe Helpline. The DoD Safe Helpline is a groundbreaking crisis support service for members of the DoD community affected by sexual assault. Safe Helpline provides live, one-on-one support and information to the worldwide DoD community. The service is confidential, anonymous, secure and available worldwide 24/7 by click, call or text - providing victims with the help they need anytime, anywhere.
Department of Defense Safe Helpline.
Judge Advocate General's website for sexual assault prosecution
As part of a larger Air Force program to combat sexual assault, the JAG
Corps has worked to find ways to support the goals of the Air Force in combating sexual assault.
The purpose of the SVC Program is to provide advice, provide advocacy,
and empower victims through independent legal representation.
What SVCs do for sexual assault victims:
-- Represent victims of sexual assault in a confidential,
-- Provide independent legal advice throughout the
military justice processes
-- Attend interviews and advocate on behalf of our
clients to investigators,
trial counsel, defense counsel, and commanders
-- Empower our clients to ensure their voice is heard and
Who does the SVC work for? You!
SVC does not work for anyone on your base. The chain of command is an independent office in D.C.
How can you request an SVC?
Contact your local SAPR, FAP or Legal office; or contact one of the Goodfellow Air Force Base area SVCs.
Goodfellow AFB Area SVC Office Main
Bldg 430, Ste 119
Hours: M-F 0800-1630
676-4393 · Bldg 920
The 82 TRW Equal Opportunity (EO) office is a neutral agency dedicated to the
Human Relations climate of Sheppard AFB.
The EO office provides
assistance with the prevention and response for human relations concerns for
all military and civilian members.
All Sheppard AFB members are protected from
sexual harassment and unlawful discrimination regarding Race, Religion, Sex,
National Origin, and Color; Civilians are also protected based on Age (40 or
older), Disability (both Mental and Physical), Genetic Information, Reprisal
for previous EO activity, and Pregnancy.
676-4358 · Bldg. 962
Military Family Life Counselors 781-6531
676-6003 or 5831
Health Promotion Brochure
676-2038 · Bldg. 195
Family Child Care
Youth Activities Program
676-5437 · Bldg. 196
676-4262 · Bldg. 315
**The area code for all numbers listed is 940.
Installation Voting Assistance Officer
You can also send an email to 82TRW.Sheppard.VotingAssistance
Visit the Sheppard AFB Voting Assistance page.