Sexual Assault

Military
8:01 am
Wed February 12, 2014

Wright-Patt Releases Sexual Assault Statistics

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Ohio's largest military base has logged 32 alleged sexual assaults in the past three years.

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base released the statistics to the Dayton Daily News amid demands in Congress for more transparency by the military in the handling of sexual assaults.

The 88th Air Base Wing Office of Staff Judge Advocate reported the 32 cases at the base from 2010 to 2013.

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Military
7:17 am
Thu September 19, 2013

Court Martial Begins Monday For AF Officer

A court martial begins Monday for an Air Force officer based at Wright-Patterson Force Base accused of sex related crimes. Lt. Col Reginald W. Kabban is accused of unlawful sex acts with a child over a six year period during his time in Centerville, Ohio and Virginia. The Air Force reports there is only one victim involved in the charges. 

Kabban is the deputy chief of a development and planning branch of the Life Cycle Management Center, which reports to Air Force Materiel Command. He joined the Air Force in 1995 and promoted to Lieutenant  in 2011.

Military
8:14 am
Wed June 5, 2013

Colonel At Wright-Patterson To Plead Not Guilty To Sex Charges

A colonel based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is facing charges of sexual imposition. WYSO’s Emily McCord reports.

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Military
2:41 pm
Wed May 8, 2013

Rep. Turner Cosponsors Bill Aimed At Military Sexual Assault

New figures from the Defense Department show sexual assault in the military is increasing, and that the vast majority of cases are going unreported. As WYSO’s Emily McCord reports Republican Congressman Mike Turner of Ohio’s 10th district is proposing legislation to encourage victims to come forward.

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Military
7:25 am
Thu April 4, 2013

Turner Says Laws And Local Effort Help Air Force Sexual Abuse Problem

The Air Force has been struggling with cases of sexual assault. Nearly 800 cases were reported last year and military leaders say many more are going unreported. April is sexual assault awareness month and WYSO’s Emily McCord spokes with Congressman Mike Turner for an update on how the Air Force is working to eradicate the problem.       

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