Serves as the installation Sexual Assault Response Program Manager to comply with Department of Defense (DoD), Headquarters Air Force (HAF), and National Guard Bureau (NGB) requirements, developing and managing prevention and support programs and activities for sexual assault and victim needs, as directed by the commander. As the primary staff responsible for all related functions at the installation, manage, collaborate with, develops and maintains relationships directly affecting support provided to victims including (but not limited to) wing, state, or NGB victim assistance resources such as: Chaplains, Director of Psychological Health (DPH), Special Victim Council (SVC), NGB/A1 SAPR office, JFHQ SARC and VAC, wing and state judge advocate (SJA), Security Forces, First Sergeants, community support centers, such as rape-crisis centers, and state coalitions. Works with NGB and HAF SVC, Civilian Law Enforcement (CLE), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Office of Complex Investigations (OCI), Office of Special Investigations (OSI), etc. when necessary to provide an ANG perspective relative to victim care. Works directly for the wing commander and vice wing commander, and collaborates with state Joint Force Headquarters, NGB/A1 SAPR office, etc. to ensure full victim support and execution of primary prevention measures. Works directly with The Adjutant General, Assistant Adjutant General, state Staff Judge Advocate and Public Affairs Officer in the absence of the State Joint Force Headquarter (JFHQ) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) and Victim Advocate Coordinator (VAC). Responsible for obtaining knowledge, educating, and executing SAPR program for all base personnel on SAPR benefits according to their particular duty status: T32 Active Guard Reserve, T32 Dual status Technician, T32 Non dual status Technician, State Active Duty, DoD T5 Civilian, contractor, T10 Active duty (for associate wings and co-located base), etc. Reviews available guidelines including state and federal laws, regulations, state Uniform Code of Military Justice (as applicable), the Manual for Courts-Martial (as applicable), and other DoD, CNGBI, and Air Force-wide regulations and policies.