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REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/191505ZJAN10//
REF/B/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/202206APR12//
REF/C/DOC/CNO/26APR11//
NARR/REF A IS PERSONAL FOR NAVADMIN 019/10.
REF B IS NAVADMIN 136/12, REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FORSEXUAL ASSAULT. REF C IS 
OPNAVINST 3100.6J (WITH CH-2), SPECIAL INCIDENT REPORTING (OPREP-3 PINNACLE, 
OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE, AND OPREP-3 NAVY UNIT SITREP) PROCEDURES.//

RMKS/1. COMMANDING OFFICERS WILL NO LONGER SUBMIT A COMMAND ASSESSMENT WITH 
THE INITIAL REPORT, BUT RATHER WILL DIRECTLY REPORT THEIR ASSESSMENT IN PERSON 
TO THE FIRST FLAG IN THE CHAIN OF COMMAND WITHIN 30 DAYS.

2. REF (C), APPENDIX B, PARAGRAPH 2(C) IS REPLACED IN ITS ENTIRETY TO READ:
"C. FOR INITIAL SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT REPORTING, USE PARAGRAPH 2(B).
(1) THE FOLUP/FINAL OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE OR OPREP-3 NAVY UNIT SITREP INCLUDE 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THE FOLLOWING:
(A) THE NAME, COMMAND, AND CONTACT INFORMATION OF THE JAG CONSULTED.
(B) THE DISPOSITION RESOLUTION CATEGORY AS PROVIDED BY THE JAG AND NCIS 
DISPOSITION REPORT.
(C) STATUS OF MILITARY PROTECTIVE ORDER(S) (MPOS) (E.G., DURATION, ISSUANCE, 
TERMINATION, VIOLATION, ETC.).
(D) STATUS OF TRANSFER OR REASSIGNMENT (PERMANENT AND OR TEMPORARY) OF VICTIM 
AND OR ALLEGED OFFENDER.
(E) STATUS OF VICTIM'S COLLATERAL MISCONDUCT INVESTIGATION AND OR DISPOSITION.
(F) INFORMATION PERTINENT TO ONGOING INCIDENT RESPONSE.
(2) IN ADDITION TO AN OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE OR OPREP-3 NAVY UNIT SITREP, EACH 
SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT REQUIRES ONE TIME SUBMISSION OF A NAVPERS 1752/1 REV 
10/2011 (SEXUAL ASSAULT INCIDENT DATA COLLECTION REPORT) TO THE DEPUTY CHIEF 
OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (MANPOWER, PERSONNEL, TRAINING AND EDUCATION) (N1) WITHIN 
10 DAYS OF INITIAL OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE OR OPREP-3 NAVY UNIT SITREP. USE OF OLDER 
VERSIONS OF NAVPERS 1752/1 IS NOT AUTHORIZED. THE CURRENT VERSION OF NAVPERS 
1752/1 IS A FILLABLE FORM LOCATED ONLINE AT HTTPS://NAVALFORMS.DAPS.DLA.MIL/.  
THE REPORTING COMMAND MUST COMPLETE AND E-MAIL THE FORM TO OPNAV (N135) 
DIRECTLY AT OPNAV_SAPR_REPORT(AT)NAVY.MIL.
THIS REPORT WILL HAVE LIMITED DISTRIBUTION TO ENSURE CONTROL OF SENSITIVE 
INFORMATION AND INCORPORATES PLAIN LANGUAGE DEFINITIONS FOR TYPE OF SEXUAL 
ASSAULT REPORTED.
(3) COMMANDING OFFICERS ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PERSONAL ASSESSMENT OF THE 
IMPACT OF A REPORTED SEXUAL ASSAULT TO THE FIRST FLAG OFFICER IN THE CHAIN OF 
COMMAND WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER THE INITIAL REPORT OF THE SEXUAL ASSAULT. THE 
FIRST FLAG OFFICER IN THE CHAIN OF COMMAND WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TRACKING 
ALL SEXUAL ASSAULT OFFENSES UNDER THEIR COGNIZANCE.

3. POINT OF CONTACT IS LT JOSEPH MCDONALD, OPNAV N310 OPERATIONS OFFICER, COMM 
(703)614-1114 OR EMAIL AT JOSEPH.R.MCDONALD(AT)NAVY.MIL.

4. THIS NAVADMIN ANNOUNCES THE PUBLICATION OF OPNAVINST 3100.6J URGENT CHANGE 
THREE, SPECIAL INCIDENT REPORTING (OPREP-3 PINNACLE, OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE, AND 
OPREP-3 NAVY UNIT SITREP) PROCEDURES AND EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY CANCEL REFS (A) 
AND (B).

5. RELEASED BY VICE ADMIRAL R. W. HUNT, DIRECTOR NAVY STAFF.//

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