(SHARP) guidebook is a company-level reference tool for company commanders and Soldiers, Department of the Army (DA) Civilians, and Family members to use in sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention and response efforts. Poster created by the U.S. Army's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) It has full-time staff at the brigade level and higher, and maintains a social media presence on â¦ âOur escape room is a training event,â she said, "and a way for a squad or team to come together in a non-traditional learning environment to ensure important elements of the SHARP program â¦ Brittany Leitner, center, discussed their sexual assaults at a SHARP summit on sexual harassment and assault on Thursday, March 3, â¦ The SHARP brief that treats every soldier equally is wrongâleadership needs to have a separate brief, and it needs to come from higher. SHARP is a proactive U.S. Army program which aims to end sexual harassment and assault in the service. were integrated under the Army G-1 to form the SHARP program. Our goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army family. I'm doing a group project on military sexual assault. Permeates the Army structure from the Pentagon down to the individual Soldier level. Our Mission. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program reinforces the Army's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault through a comprehensive policy that centers on awareness and prevention, training and education, victim advocacy, response,reporting, and accountability. My part is the policy side, and I want to include a timeline that has important SHARP cases and mentions the shift from victim-blaming and SAPR to SHARP and the focus on people not harassing others. The Army's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program, known as SHARP, exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexual assaults before they occur. Has full-time staff at brigade level and above. The Army established the SHARP Academy in 2014 at the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, which serves as the designated Training and Leader Development/Education proponent for Army-wide SHARP learning activities. This guidebook consolidates current Army and DoD policy and recently published directives pertaining to the SHARP program. The SHARP program provides unity of effort for sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention efforts across the Army. For example, the Army provided instruction on reporting in all Army training, in SHARP training, and through newspapers, public service announcements, pamphlets, and other similar media. The Army needs to consider how SHARP is implemented at the unit level, how SHARP issues are handled, and if there are changes that need to be made. Is an integrated, proactive effort by the Army to end sexual harassment and sexual assault within its ranks; Permeates the Army structure from the Pentagon down to the individual Soldier level THE ARMY'S SHARP PROGRAM. As the Army's Training and Leader Development proponent for SHARP, the Army SHARP Academy (ASA) educates and trains Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs), Victim Advocates (VAs), SHARP Trainers, and Program Managers; and is responsible for Army wide SHARP Education, Training, and Leader Development. Joanna Moore, left, and Spc. The Army's SHARP Program: Is an integrated, proactive effort by the Army to end to sexual harassment and sexual assault within its ranks. Capt. Intervene, Act, and Motivate (I. The SHARP Academy developed the SHARP Learning Strategy in coordination with the Army SHARP Program Office.