DA Form 7419-1 Family Advocacy Program (Fap)

DA Form 7419-1 - also known as the "Family Advocacy Program (fap)" - is a Military form issued and used by the United States Department of the Army.

The form - often mistakenly referred to as the DD form 7419-1 - was last revised on August 1, 2007. Download an up-to-date fillable PDF version of the DA 7419-1 below or request a copy through the chain of command.

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FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP)
materials are annotated
For use of this form, see AR 608-1; the proponent agency is ACSIM.
with an asterisk *)
10000 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
10000.1 The garrison commander has appointed and implemented a Family Advocacy Committee (FAC) in accordance with AR 608-18.
CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review appointment orders for the FAC.
Review FAC minutes for four consecutive quarters.
Review installation MOA/MOU.
10000.2 The installation FAC ensures that written policies and procedures exist that outline the responsibilities to be carried out in
incidents of alleged child or spouse abuse. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
Notification of the service member's commander per AR 608-18.
Notification of military law enforcement and investigative agencies per AR 608-18.
Notification of the local public Child Protection Services agency (in alleged child abuse cases only) in the United States and
where covered by agreements overseas.
Observance of the applicable rights of both alleged victims and offenders.
*Ensure installation MOA addresses the notification of local child protection services.
*Review command policy letter to ensure that the applicable rights of the alleged victims and offenders are addressed.
Ensure FAP SOP outlines responsibilities and procedures to be carried out in incidents of alleged child/spouse abuse.
10000.3 A requirement and authorization exist for an installation FAPM on the TDA and the commander has made written appointment
of a designated individual to implement the FAP. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review TDA to ensure a requirement and an authorization exist for FAPM.
*Review FAPM appointment orders.
Ensure that the FAPM spends 80% of time in FAP or has an exception to policy in place.
10000.4 The installation FAC has developed and evaluated measurable program outcomes in accordance with DA FAP outcomes (self
-sufficiency, safety, community cohesion and personnel preparedness). CAT 2 (5 points)
Review documentation of the analysis and evaluation of the FAP utilizing DA FAP measurable program outcomes. (2 points)
Ensure the installation has published FAC minutes that addressed an analysis and evaluation of the installation FAP utilizing DA FAP
measurable program outcomes listed above. (3 points)
10000.5 The installation FAC has established a FAP Strategic Plan with specific goals, objectives, needs and strategies in accordance
with AR 608-18. CAT 2 (5 points)
Review the FAP Strategic Plan for specific objectives, needs and strategies (3 points); or
Replaces DA Form 7419-R, OCT 2004.
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(NOTE: Pre-site
FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP)
materials are annotated
For use of this form, see AR 608-1; the proponent agency is ACSIM.
with an asterisk *)
10000 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
10000.1 The garrison commander has appointed and implemented a Family Advocacy Committee (FAC) in accordance with AR 608-18.
CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review appointment orders for the FAC.
Review FAC minutes for four consecutive quarters.
Review installation MOA/MOU.
10000.2 The installation FAC ensures that written policies and procedures exist that outline the responsibilities to be carried out in
incidents of alleged child or spouse abuse. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
Notification of the service member's commander per AR 608-18.
Notification of military law enforcement and investigative agencies per AR 608-18.
Notification of the local public Child Protection Services agency (in alleged child abuse cases only) in the United States and
where covered by agreements overseas.
Observance of the applicable rights of both alleged victims and offenders.
*Ensure installation MOA addresses the notification of local child protection services.
*Review command policy letter to ensure that the applicable rights of the alleged victims and offenders are addressed.
Ensure FAP SOP outlines responsibilities and procedures to be carried out in incidents of alleged child/spouse abuse.
10000.3 A requirement and authorization exist for an installation FAPM on the TDA and the commander has made written appointment
of a designated individual to implement the FAP. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review TDA to ensure a requirement and an authorization exist for FAPM.
*Review FAPM appointment orders.
Ensure that the FAPM spends 80% of time in FAP or has an exception to policy in place.
10000.4 The installation FAC has developed and evaluated measurable program outcomes in accordance with DA FAP outcomes (self
-sufficiency, safety, community cohesion and personnel preparedness). CAT 2 (5 points)
Review documentation of the analysis and evaluation of the FAP utilizing DA FAP measurable program outcomes. (2 points)
Ensure the installation has published FAC minutes that addressed an analysis and evaluation of the installation FAP utilizing DA FAP
measurable program outcomes listed above. (3 points)
10000.5 The installation FAC has established a FAP Strategic Plan with specific goals, objectives, needs and strategies in accordance
with AR 608-18. CAT 2 (5 points)
Review the FAP Strategic Plan for specific objectives, needs and strategies (3 points); or
Replaces DA Form 7419-R, OCT 2004.
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Determine if the FAP Strategic Plan is integrated into the ACS Strategic Plan (3 points); and
Determine if
A needs assessment was conducted (2 points); or
Surveys were conducted (2 points); or
Focus groups were conducted (2 points).
10000.6 The installation FAC ensures FAP services are planned, administered, and evaluated in a collaborative manner with other
military installations, military activities, and/or civilian agencies to promote program efficiencies. CAT 2 (5 points).
*Ensure the FAP SOP promotes cooperation with other military installations or activities, and/or civilian agencies across program areas to
include NPSP Home Visitor (HV) to provide cost-effective services (3 points); or
*Review a partnership agreement/charter with other military installations, activities or civilian agencies (3 points); and
Review documentation of an evaluation of the FAP utilizing measurements and statistical analysis to calculate cost savings. (2 points)
10000.7 The garrison/MTF commanders provide FAP personnel with housing and equipment suited to the delivery of FAP services.
CAT 2 (5 points)
Conduct interviews with FAP personnel and conduct a visual inspection of the FAP facilities. (3 points)
Review hand receipts. (2 points)
10000.8 All purchase of service contracts or agreements with a civilian agency, organization or individual comply with Part 37, Title 48,
Code of Federal Regulations (Federal Acquisition Regulations) and Part 5137 of the Army Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement.
CAT 1 (Federal Acquisition Regulation)
Review FAP purchase contracts or agreements with appropriate military or civilian agencies, organizations or individuals for compliance.
Review FAP receiving reports from civilian agencies, organizations or individuals for compliance.
10000.9 The garrison commander has appointed and implemented a Fatality Review Committee (FTC) IAW AR 608-18. CAT 1 (DOD
Directive Type Memorandum (DTM))
Review quarterly minutes of FRC (4 consecutive quarters).
Ensure that FRC members are on, by name, written appointment orders.
Ensure installation SOP/MOU addresses Fatality Review process.
Ensure annual Fatality Review Report is signed by garrison commander and contains all required elements (executive summary, data sheet,
system interventions and failures, an analysis and listing of significant findings, and recommendations).
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10000.10 The Victim Advocacy Program is addressed in written policies and procedures IAW AR 608-18. CAT 1 (DTM)
Ensure that FAP SOP addresses the victim advocacy component, roles and responsibilities of the victim advocate, and restricted and
unrestricted reporting provisions for victims of domestic abuse.
Review Victim Reporting Preference Statement for date and signature.
Review MOA with local community shelters.
10000.11 Victim Advocates provide comprehensive assistance and support to victims of domestic abuse IAW AR 608-18. CAT 1 (DTM)
Review FAP records that reflect appropriate services and support actions, a safety plan, information on legal rights and proceedings,
appropriate referrals and follow-up activities.
Interview SJA Victim/Witness Liaison and case managers (if present) to ascertain level of partnership and cooperation between them and
victim advocates.
20000 PREVENTION AND EDUCATION
20000.1 The FAPM utilized the Prevention CD ROM to develop written criteria and priorities for servicing the installation population
outlined in the FAP Prevention Plan. Cat 2 (5 points)
*Ensure the FAP Prevention Plan includes prevention activities for the year, includes outcome measures, listing of classes/training schedule,
and DV, CAP and SA awareness months, etc. (2 points)
Ensure FAP Prevention Plan is based on the findings of the Prevention CD ROM data analysis and ACS needs assessment. (2 points)
Review FAP SOP to reflect priorities for prevention activities (1 points)
20000.2 The installation FAP has developed and implemented, in accordance with the Prevention Plan, education programs for the
community. CAT 2 (5 points)
*Review the FAP prevention plan to ensure it addresses education programs for the community. (3 points)
*Review program curriculum and lesson plan for all FAP educational programs (2 points); or
Review participant lists or class numbers and evaluations for all FAP educational programs. (2 points); or
Review Marketing Plan for educational programs (2 points).
20000.3 The installation has developed and implemented a FAP Prevention Plan and education programs for the installation staff
(legal, law enforcement, medical, chaplain, child and youth services, and volunteers), commanders and senior NCOs IAW AR 608-18.
CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review FAP Prevention Plan.
*Review lesson plans and FAP curriculum on identifying, reporting and intervening in child and domestic abuse cases.
Review participant lists, training rosters and evaluations.
Verify that a system is in place to identify commanders and senior NCOs within 90 days of assumption of command.
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Ensure attendance at FAP training by commanders and senior NCOs is mandated by Senior Mission Commander.
Interview select unit commanders and senior NCOs.
20000.4 All civilian employees and contractors in the ACS FAP will receive training on the identification and reporting procedures for
suspected child maltreatment and domestic abuse to include restricted reporting within 60 days of beginning employment.
CAT 1 (DODI 6400.5)
Review all new employee's personnel files to ensure they have completed this training within the specified time frame.
Review FAP SOP to ensure new employees and contractors are required to receive this mandatory training.
20000.5 New Parent Support Program (NPSP) Home Visitors (HVs) are provided with cellular telephones to carry with them during all
home visits. CAT 1 (DODI 6400.5)
Interview each NPSP HV to ensure they have been provided with a cellular telephone to accompany them on home visits.
Review FAP SOP to ensure compliance.
20000.6 The priority population for NPSP home visitation services will be parents assessed as having high needs regarding child
maltreatment and/or domestic abuse. CAT 1 (DODI 6400.5)
Review CTS (NPSP) or NPSP home visitation records to determine what percentage of cases fall under the priority population (Minimum of
75% of the total NPSP entries in CTS must be the priority population to meet this standard).
20000.7 Promote the involvement of both parents, when applicable, in the home visiting intervention process. CAT 1 (DODI 6400.5)
Review CTS (NPSP) or NPSP home visitation entries in CTS to determine if both parents, when applicable, are involved in the home visitation
services.
Review FAP SOP to ensure it addresses the importance of involving the father/step-father or intimate partner in the home visitation.
Review FAP Command Policy Letter addressing the importance of the father's participation in the NPSP Home Visitation.
20000.8 The NPSP HV documentation in CTS is accomplished according to regulatory requirements. CAT 1 (DODI 6400.5)
Review 20% of the CTS (NPSP) cases for the presence of a completed risk screener.
Review 20% of the CTS (NPSP) cases to verify intake assessment is completed and reflects risk reduction goals of NPSP.
Review 20% of the CTS (NPSP) cases to verify interventions services are documented for each home visit.
Review 20% of the CTS (NPSP) cases to verify that ongoing assessment of risk for child maltreatment and family violence is documented.
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30000 INVESTIGATION AND ASSESSMENT OF THE COMPLAINT
30000.1 The garrison commander has designated and publicized a 24-hour reporting point of contact to receive reports of alleged child
or domestic abuse. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Ensure the SOP designates a 24-hour reporting point of contact to receive reports of alleged child or domestic abuse.
*Review MOA that identifies a 24-hour reporting point of contact to receive reports of alleged child or domestic abuse.
Review SWS and Victim Advocate on-call roster to receive reports of alleged child or domestic abuse after duty hours;
Ensure the installation has a 24/7 RPOC to receive reports of alleged child or domestic abuse.
30000.2 Mandated personnel report suspected child and domestic abuse to the FAP. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review installation SOP and MOA that require mandated personnel to report suspected child and domestic abuse to FAP.
*Review MTF SOP/MTF Command Policy Letter that requires mandated personnel to report suspected child and domestic abuse to FAP.
*Review Child and Youth Services SOP that requires mandated personnel to report suspected child and domestic abuse to FAP.
30000.3 Installation law enforcement ensures FAP receives the incident reports of child and domestic abuse. The installation FAP has
access to the installation law enforcement blotter. Installation law enforcement agencies request reports of child and domestic abuse
involving military families from local law enforcement and provide them to the FAP. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review SOP and MOA that ensure FAP personnel receive law enforcement blotter reports and civilian reports on suspected child and
domestic abuse.
*Interview PM personnel and review Provost Marshal SOP that requires them to provide FAP personnel with military and civilian reports on
suspected child and domestic abuse.
*Review SWS SOP that addresses the need to obtain law enforcement blotter reports and civilian reports on child and domestic abuse from
military and civilian law enforcement organizations.
*Review randomly selected FAP records for the reference to law enforcement blotter and civilian reports on suspected child and domestic
abuse.
30000.4 Installation law enforcement and medical treatment facilities develop and follow written protocols for responding to suspected
child and domestic abuse incidents. CAT 1 (DODD 6400.1)
*Review SOP and MOA that address law enforcement and medical protocols for responding to suspected child and domestic abuse
incidents.
*Review Provost Marshal SOP for law enforcement protocols for responding to suspected child and domestic abuse incidents.
*Review SWS and Victim Advocate SOPs for responding to suspected child and domestic abuse incidents; including restricted reporting.
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