DA Form 7746-1 "Sexual Harassment Complaint Resolution Assessment"

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SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMPLAINT RESOLUTION ASSESSMENT
For use of this form, see AR 600-20; the proponent agency is DCS, G-1.
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY:
10 USC 1561, Complaints of Sexual Harassment; Army Regulation 600-20, Army Command Policy.
To provide a means for filing a sexual harassment complaint. For additional information see the System of Records
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S):
Notice A0600-20 DCS G-1, Sexual Assault (SADMS) and Sexual Harassment (SHARP) Program Records. https://
dpcld.defense.gov/Privacy/SORNsIndex/DOD-wide-SORN-Article-View/Article/570042/a0600-20-dcs-g-1.aspx.
There are no specific routine uses anticipated for this form; however it may be subject to a number of proper and
ROUTINE USES:
necessary routine uses identified in the system or records notice(s) specified in the purpose statement above.
Voluntary. However, failure to provide all requested information could lead to a rejection of the complaint for
DISCLOSURE:
inadequate data.
In accordance with AR 600-20 Command Policy, 30 to 45 calendar days (3-4 drill periods for reservists) following final decision on any complaint
(substantiated or unsubstantiated) of sexual harassment, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) will conduct an assessment of the
effectiveness of corrective actions and will seek to detect and deter any acts or threats of retaliation and reprisal. The SARC shall complete the
assessment and present his or her findings and recommendations to the commander within 15 calendar days (2nd next weekend drill period for
Reserve component).
PART I: COMPLAINT
1. Corrective Actions: The corrective actions taken as a result of the complaint of sexual harassment filed by
on
were:
(Rank/Name)
(Date)
2. Assessment: The SARC will list actions taken to assess the effectiveness of the corrective actions taken in response to the complaint (ie,
interview with complainant). Add memorandums of record as necessary.
3. Effectiveness of Corrective Actions:
I conducted an assessment of the corrective actions taken on
. My findings are:
(Date)
4. Retaliation and Reprisal: I also sought to detect any incident(s) or threat(s) of retaliation and/or reprisal. My findings are:
PART II: RECOMMENDATIONS
Based upon my assessment, I recommend
No further action
The following actions will be taken:
(SARC Name)
(Signature)
(Date)
PART III: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I acknowledge receipt of this assessment and the SARC's recommendations
No further action
The following actions will be taken:
(Commander's Name/Rank/Unit)
(Signature)
(Date)
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DA FORM 7746-1, JUL 2020
SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMPLAINT RESOLUTION ASSESSMENT
For use of this form, see AR 600-20; the proponent agency is DCS, G-1.
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY:
10 USC 1561, Complaints of Sexual Harassment; Army Regulation 600-20, Army Command Policy.
To provide a means for filing a sexual harassment complaint. For additional information see the System of Records
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S):
Notice A0600-20 DCS G-1, Sexual Assault (SADMS) and Sexual Harassment (SHARP) Program Records. https://
dpcld.defense.gov/Privacy/SORNsIndex/DOD-wide-SORN-Article-View/Article/570042/a0600-20-dcs-g-1.aspx.
There are no specific routine uses anticipated for this form; however it may be subject to a number of proper and
ROUTINE USES:
necessary routine uses identified in the system or records notice(s) specified in the purpose statement above.
Voluntary. However, failure to provide all requested information could lead to a rejection of the complaint for
DISCLOSURE:
inadequate data.
In accordance with AR 600-20 Command Policy, 30 to 45 calendar days (3-4 drill periods for reservists) following final decision on any complaint
(substantiated or unsubstantiated) of sexual harassment, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) will conduct an assessment of the
effectiveness of corrective actions and will seek to detect and deter any acts or threats of retaliation and reprisal. The SARC shall complete the
assessment and present his or her findings and recommendations to the commander within 15 calendar days (2nd next weekend drill period for
Reserve component).
PART I: COMPLAINT
1. Corrective Actions: The corrective actions taken as a result of the complaint of sexual harassment filed by
on
were:
(Rank/Name)
(Date)
2. Assessment: The SARC will list actions taken to assess the effectiveness of the corrective actions taken in response to the complaint (ie,
interview with complainant). Add memorandums of record as necessary.
3. Effectiveness of Corrective Actions:
I conducted an assessment of the corrective actions taken on
. My findings are:
(Date)
4. Retaliation and Reprisal: I also sought to detect any incident(s) or threat(s) of retaliation and/or reprisal. My findings are:
PART II: RECOMMENDATIONS
Based upon my assessment, I recommend
No further action
The following actions will be taken:
(SARC Name)
(Signature)
(Date)
PART III: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I acknowledge receipt of this assessment and the SARC's recommendations
No further action
The following actions will be taken:
(Commander's Name/Rank/Unit)
(Signature)
(Date)
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DA FORM 7746-1, JUL 2020