Wright-Patt Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Team

Annamae Willis- SARC Kelly Hebert- Fulltime Victim Advocate

Annamae Willis

Kelly Hebert
Full Time Victim Advocate



Restricted Reporting:
- All Service Members, AF or Army Civilians,
  Active Duty Dependents 18+
- Confidential
- Will NOT contact law enforcement or Commander
- Can change to Unrestricted



Unrestricted Reporting:
- All Service Members, AF or Army Civilians,
  Active Duty Dependents 18+
- Commander and Law Enforcement will be notified
- Notifications kept "Need to Know"
- CANNOT change to Restricted

   Services Available with BOTH reporting options:

- Medical Care -
- Mental Health Services -
- Chaplain Support -
- Legal Services -
- Victim Advocacy -


If you have been the victim of sexual assault, remember...
-  Never hesitate to get help.
-  You don’t have to be alone.
-  The assault was NOT your fault. You did not cause it to happen.
-  We are here to help you and your family members.
-  There is no “right way” in dealing with a sexual assault. It is okay to be angry.
-  Evidence can still be collected up to 5 days after the assault
-  There are resources available from both on and off base helping agencies
-  The SAPR office is here to help you find out your options and utilize the services available to you.



  The WPAFB SARC Office is located at:

Area A, Building 70
Co-located with the EO office (door 10)
5215 Thurlow St.
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433
(937) 257-SARC (7272)  
24/7 Cell:

               Photo of SARC facility located in building 70, Area A  


  Sexual Assault is defined as intentional sexual conduct, characterized by use of force, physical threat or abuse of authority or when the victim does not or cannot consent. Sexual assault includes rape, nonconsensual sodomy (oral or anal sex), indecent assault (unwanted, inappropriate sexual contact or fondling), or attempts to commit these acts. Sexual assault can occur without regard to gender or spousal relationship or age of victim.

Consent shall not be deemed or construed to mean the failure by the victim to offer physical resistance. Consent is not given when a person uses force, threat of force, coercion or when the victim is asleep, incapacitated, or unconscious.  

No scheduled training at this time.

What is a volunteer victim advocate? Click here to find out more.

  Step 1
Call 911 if emergency care is needed. Call 257-9111 if you are on base.

Step 2
If no emergency medical care is needed, contact the 24/7 SAPR hotline:

(937) 257-SARC (7272) or
(937) 689-2154 (24/7)

Step 3
If you go to the WPAFB Hospital for medical care:
  • Your healthcare provider will call the SARC.
  • Your SARC or Victim Advocate will explain your reporting options.
  SAPR Volunteer Victim Advocate Initial Course, 24-28 Feb 2020 (pending info)

What is a volunteer victim advocate?

 Graphic for link to the DOD Safe Helpline