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Human Relations Toolkit

Harassment Prevention

The Department of Defense does not tolerate or condone harassment. Harassment jeopardizes combat readiness and mission accomplishment, weakens trust within the ranks, and erodes unit cohesion.

Harassment Prevention

Human Dignity

Human Dignity Booklet

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Harassment Prevention

Prevention Initiative

This information is to assist EO Leaders in conducting Sexual Harassment Prevention training. Please review Implementation Guide before proceeding.

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Prevention Pamphlet

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Harassment Prevention

Discriminatory Harassment

Definition

A form of harassment that is unwelcome conduct based on race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity), national origin, or sexual orientation.

Additional Information

For additional information on Discrimination please go to DEOMI's Assessment to Solutions web site, EO/EEO/ Fair Treatment - Discrimination.

EO/EEO/ Fair Treatment - Discrimination

What You Will Find
  • Fact sheet
  • Prevention Strategies
  • Online lesson
  • Videos
  • Additional training material and,
  • Recommended resources
Harassment Prevention

Bullying

Definition

A Form of Harassment that includes acts of aggression by Service members or DoD civilian employees, with a nexus to military service, with the intent of harming a Service member either physically or psychologically, without a proper military or other governmental purpose. Bullying may involve the singling out of an individual from his o9r her coworkers, or unit, for ridicule because he or she is considered different or weak. It often involves an imbalance of power betw3een the aggressor and the victim. Bullying can be conducted through the use of electronic devices or communications, and by other means including social media, as well as in person.

Additional Information

For additional information on Bullying please go to DEOMI's Assessment to Solutions web site, EO/EEO/ Fair Treatment - Bullying.

EO/EEO/ Fair Treatment - Bullying

What You Will Find
  • Fact sheet
  • Prevention Strategies
  • Videos
  • Additional training material and,
  • Recommended resources
Harassment Prevention

Hazing

Definition

A form of Harassment that includes conduct through which Service members or DoD employees, without a proper military or other governmental purpose but with a nexus to military Service, physically or psychologically injures or creates a risk of physical or psychological injury to Service members for the purpose of: initiation into, admission into, affiliation with, change in status or position within, or a condition for continued membership in any military or DoD civilian organization. Hazing can be conducted through the use of electronic devices or communications, and by other means including social media, as well as in person.

Annual Reports

Annual Reports on Hazing Prevention & Response in the Armed Forces.

December 23 2015 – April 25 2016

April 26 2016 – September 30 2017

Additional Information

For additional information on Hazing please go to DEOMI's Assessment to Solutions web site, EO/EEO/ Fair Treatment - Hazing.

EO/EEO/ Fair Treatment - Hazing

What You Will Find
  • Fact sheet
  • Prevention Strategies
  • Videos
  • Additional training material and,
  • Recommended resources
Harassment Prevention

Retaliation

Definition

Retaliation encompasses illegal, impermissible, or hostile actions taken by a Service members' chain of command, peers, or coworkers as a result of making or being suspected of making a protected communication in accordance with DoDD 7050.66. Retaliation for reporting a criminal offense can occur in several ways, including reprisal. Investigation of complaints of non-criminal retaliatory actions other than reprisal will be processed consistent with Service-specific regulations. In addition to reprisal, defined in Paragraph 3.7, additional retaliatory behaviors include ostracism, maltreatment, and criminal acts for a retaliatory purpose in connection with an alleged sex-related offense or sexual harassment; or for performance of duties concerning an alleged sex-related offense of sexual harassment. For detailed definitions of the full range of retaliatory behaviors, see the RPRS Implementation Plan.

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Harassment Prevention

Reprisal

Definition

In accordance with Section 1034 of Title 10, U.S.C., as implemented by DoDD 7050.06, reprisal is defined as taking or threatening to take an unfavorable personnel action, or withholding or threatening to withhold a favorable personnel action, for making, preparing to make, or being perceived as making or preparing to make a protected communication.

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