Synchronizing services: EO, SAPR and SVC co-locate


by Staff Sgt. Nesha Humes Stanton
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Cars are parked outside the new building of the 86th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity office, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office, and the Special Victims Council on Ramstein Air Base, June 24. The services relocated to Building 404, Room 2, on Ramstein in a shared space behind the 86th Dental Squadron. The new location includes a space specifically for survivors to meet with the victim advocates in a calm, non-intimidating environment that doesn’t feel like an office.Photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Moore

The 86th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity office, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office, and the Special Victims Council are relocating to Building 404, Room 2, on Ramstein in a shared space behind the 86th Dental Squadron.

“This move ensures seamless communication and coordination of services among agencies that work side-by-side advocating for members of the KMC,” said Kelly Dominguez, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator.
Dominguez said the new location will include a space specifically for survivors to meet with the victim advocates in a calm, non-intimidating environment that doesn’t feel like an office.


Heather Bradley, 86th AW Equal Opportunity director said she’s overjoyed about the move.
“Now, we’ll be on the same installation with a majority of our mission partners; we’re collocated with the SAPR team, another helping agency we frequently work with,” Bradley said. “We’re able to synergize our efforts for support and share our resources. A hand off can be done quickly and with comfort, if required. Our collocation is vital to anyone in need of our services.”

“The heartbeat of our business is connecting with people,” Bradley said. “Whether it’s providing options for resolving conflict, adding value to teams and individuals, or supporting leaders, we’re able to respond with fewer barriers, namely distance.”