A sergeant at a Cameron prison admitted to trying to have sex with at least a dozen co-workers.
His usual come-on was “Let’s be lovers.” He told one woman under his direct supervision that he could make sure she had the correct answers to an interview test.
A Long-Running and Costly Epidemic – The Defense Department’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) reports that while military sexual assault affects men as well as women, the latter are disproportionately affected.
One in three military women has been sexually assaulted, compared to one in 86 military men and one in six civilian women.
During the first six months of 2016, the DOC was ordered to pay more than $4 million to victims harassed because of sex, religion or disability, as well as to those who faced intimidation and retribution after they filed their suits.