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DODD 6400.09

DOD POLICY ON INTEGRATED PRIMARY PREVENTION OF SELF-DIRECTED HARM AND PROHIBITED ABUSE OR HARM

active, Most Current
Organization: DODD
Publication Date: 11 September 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 33
scope:

Purpose:

In accordance with the authority in DoD Directive (DoDD) 5124.02, this issuance:

• Establishes and integrates policies and responsibilities to mitigate self-directed harm and prohibited abusive or harmful acts using a career-cycle perspective to promote enduring force readiness.

• Leverages existing capabilities, where possible, to establish a DoD-wide prevention system that facilitates data-informed actions to integrate primary prevention activities to prevent self-directed harm and prohibited abusive or harmful acts.

• Focuses prevention efforts on research-based programs, policies, and practices.

• Identifies the Prevention Collaboration Forum (PCF) as the governance body to oversee this policy and assess the prevention system and data-informed actions.

• Implements Section 540D of Public Law (P.L.) 116-92.

• Adapts and applies the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's framework for sexual violence prevention to comply with Government Accountability Office-18-33 Recommendation 1 to include specific risk and protective factors, risk domains, and tertiary strategies for harassment prevention.

Document History

DODD 6400.09
September 11, 2020
DOD POLICY ON INTEGRATED PRIMARY PREVENTION OF SELF-DIRECTED HARM AND PROHIBITED ABUSE OR HARM
Purpose: In accordance with the authority in DoD Directive (DoDD) 5124.02, this issuance: • Establishes and integrates policies and responsibilities to mitigate self-directed harm and prohibited...

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