Thursday, October 20, 2016

2016 Military Investigation and Justice Experience Survey

The Department of Defense has announced its 2016 Military Investigation and Justice Experience Survey, according to this announcement.

Here's a startling fact: "The 2015 survey found that 77 percent of all respondents would recommend others in the military make a report if they are sexually assaulted." In other words, nearly a quarter of those who responded to last year's survey would not recommend filing a report if sexually assaulted.

1 comment:

  1. In looking at last year's report, I'm wondering if those who recommended against reporting did so because of concerns of retaliation? The report finds that about 38% of the respondents experienced perceived retaliation, ostracism, or maltreatment.


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