Artist’s rendering of WGS-11+

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Los Angeles Air Force Base is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for our Space and Air Force families. Sexual violence is inconsistent with our core values and quality of life standards. The Los Angeles AFB Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Office serves as the single point of contact for integrating and coordinating sexual assault victim and survivors' care 24/7, 365 days a year. Upon receipt of a report of sexual assault, the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator will assign a Victim Advocate to help obtain necessary services and provide crisis intervention, referral and ongoing non-clinical support.

Help is just a phone call away: If you have been sexually assaulted, please call the Los Angeles Air Force Base 24/7 SARC Response Helpline at (310) 653-7272. Additionally, you may also contact the 24-hour DoD Safe Helpline to confidentially talk to a counselor at (877) 995-5247 or

LAAFB location- Bldg. 272, Room C2-210
Office numbers: 310-653-5789/5442


Reporting options diagram

Air Force Public Affairs Agency Article 120 Convictions

CAUTION: The content of this webpage may not be appropriate for all audiences.

This page contains descriptions of sexual misconduct that may be triggering to some individuals. Click here to return to the home page.

***You do not have to tell law enforcement or your commander about your sexual assault in order to receive care or assistance***

If you are in need of immediate and confidential assistance, please visit or chat live with someone now. For additional information, visit the DAF SAPR page.

The following data includes brief descriptions of sexual misconduct followed by disciplinary actions issued to the guilty party. Outcomes are grouped by year and sorted by month.

Disciplinary Action Issued for Sexual Misconduct

What is sexual assault?

What is sexual assault description 

If you're assaulted

If you have been assaulted:

-- Go to a safe location away from the attacker.

-- Call 911 if you are in an emergency situation or need immediate medical attention. Even if you doubt you have any visible physical injuries, you may be at risk for sexually transmitted infections or pregnant.

-- If you suspect you have been drugged, request that a urine sample be collected.

-- Preserve all evidence of the assault. Do not shower, bathe, change clothes, brush your teeth, eat or drink anything. Do not straighten up or clean up the crime scene.

-- Ask the health care provider to conduct a sexual assault forensic exam to preserve forensic evidence.

-- Write down, tape or record by any other means all the details you can recall about the assault and your assailant.

-- We encourage you to break the silence and report sexual assault. Contact the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, your Wingman for 24-hour confidential support: (310) 653-7272

-- Talk with a counselor who is trained to assist you with the emotional and physical impacts of sexual assault. Remember, you are not alone...let us help!


Volunteer Victim Advocate

Volunteer Victim Advocates provide support to victims of sexual assault and resources for immediate and ongoing intervention and advocacy services.  Volunteer Victim Advocates ensure availability of 24-hour confidential victim services either through peroneal or telephone contact.  

How to Apply:

Contact the SARC Team to request an application

(310) 653-5789 / 653-5442
DSN: 633-5789 / 633-5442

What is sexual harassment definition

The Special Victims’ Counsel and Special Victims’ Paralegal team provides legal representation for sexual assault survivors.  SVCs must be requested by the victim and are granted in cases where the person requesting services meets eligibility criteria, or when exceptional circumstances warrant the provision of services. View the Special Victims' Counsel Fact Sheet.

Additional resources


  • Command Post: (310) 653-3070
  • Medical Clinic: (310) 653-6166
  • Mental Health: (310) 653-6860
  • Law Enforcement Desk: (310) 653-5787/5664
  • OSI: (310) 653-5783
  • Chaplain: (310) 653-5080
  • Legal Services:  (310) 653-3084
  • The Judge Advocate General's Corps Air Force Docket:

Special Victims’ Counsel (Vandenberg AFB)
(805) 606-1521
723 Nebraska Ave
Suite 16, Bldg 10525
Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA





  • RAINN: (800) 656-HOPE [24/7]