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Report | April 17, 2024

Review of the Army’s Efforts to Prevent and Respond to Harassment of Soldiers (DODIG-2024-074)

DIEM

The objective of this review was to determine the effectiveness of the Army’s actions to prevent and respond to harassment of Soldiers, including sexual harassment, bullying, and hazing. We focused this review on how Army brigade commanders used DEOCS and CCAs to identify and respond to harassment within their respective units.