Army CID is a Victim Centered Agency
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QUANTICO, Va. - The victim-centered approach within the army (purview, context or nexus) prioritizes the rights, dignity, and safety of victims in preventing and responding to sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment, emphasizing the unique challenges and dynamics present in military settings. This approach is critical regardless of the perpetrator's affiliation, highlighting the army's commitment to upholding the highest standards of conduct. Army CID special agents, integral to the army's framework, are specially trained to support victims from the onset of a case, ensuring they receive the necessary resources and support.


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