What sexual assault prevention and awareness training is required by the policy?
Commanders and commanding officers (COs) will implement and support the SAVI program through prevention education using the standardized DOD definitions promulgated for training and education purposes. All servicemembers will receive periodic, mandatory sexual assault awareness and prevention training during pre-commissioning, upon initial entry and throughout professional military education. Sexual assault prevention and response training will be incorporated into leadership development (to include civilian supervisors of servicemembers) and professional military education, with content tailored to the level of supervisory responsibility. All leadership training will include sensitive handling of and reporting options for sexual assault victims. Servicemembers shall receive annual sexual assault prevention and response training updates at the command level. Mandatory deployment training shall focus on host country and coalition partner customs, mores, and religious practices to provid
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