Commanders and leaders praise this unique briefing for the ability to give their active duty realistic “How To” skills for making the best choices possible.
Find reactions, letters, and evaluations from active duty, dependents, SARCs, and military leaders throughout the world below…
Review: “wonderful presentation!”
Again, thank you for your wonderful presentation! They had pretty good coverage on the local news.
– Staci Vileta, YA-02, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
Dyess Air Force Base
Review: “very appropriate for our cadets…”
“Your program is exceptional! The message you send is very appropriate for our cadets. It fits very well into our curriculum. As you recall, one of the groups you trained had been training all day and were exhausted. You were able to get the group to not only pay attention, but to thoroughly engage in the program. We heard several positive comments about your presentation from the students. The cadets seemed to be thoroughly entertained while receiving a valuable lesson. We wish you the best of luck and look forward to having you return in the future!
Lisa Anderson, USAFA SARC Assistant
United States Air Force Academy
Review: “Laughter filled the Base…”
Laughter filled the Base Chapel as Marines and sailors experienced a unique sexual assault prevention training April 30. Mike Domitrz, executive director of The Date Safe Project, gave a presentation called “Can I Kiss You?” twice last week Friday, as an interactive form of sexual assault prevention training for service members.
Recruiting volunteers from the audience, Domitrz, of Milwaukee, discussed various issues related to sex and dating. The author of “May I Kiss You?: A Candid Look at Dating, Communication, Respect and Sexual Assault Awareness,” Domitrz has been speaking for about 20 years. The topic of sexual assault is very personal.
– Excerpt from Hawaii Marine, May 2010