Alabama Guard hires sexual assault response coordinator
It's an issue in the military that has been getting Pentagon level attention and can affect a service members well-being.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Rhonda McCrummen will manage and implement the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program and Domestic Abuse/Violence Program.
The programs will educate soldiers on prevention and will provide guidance to soldiers and their families regarding sexual assault and harassment. McCrummen will also respond and coordinate care to victims and family members of sexual assault.
She was also the SARC for the 167th Theater Sustainment Command in Birmingham.
McCrummen is from Enterprise and has two daughters, Cara, 25, and Millie, 18. Cara is a registered nurse at the Enterprise Medical Center, and Millie is a recent graduate of Enterprise High School and will begin college this fall.