Air Force Times
12.30.15 | Stephen Losey
After years of mixed results with its sexual assault-prevention strategy, the Air Force is rolling out a new program that will do less lecturing and more encouraging of bystander intervention.
The Air Force has contracted with the non-profit organization Green Dot etc. to provide violence prevention tools to all airmen over the next three years, as its first step in the five-year strategy to decrease interpersonal violence across the service. From January to March, the first 1,500 volunteer trainers will attend one of 22 Green Dot preparation sessions worldwide so they can learn how to teach other airmen these strategies.