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United States Army
Visitor Control Center
500 Lee Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
Building 3400 1401 B Avenue Phone: 804-734-7089/7751 home.army.mil/lee/index.php/about/Garrison/directorate-human-resources hours 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All permanent party Soldiers should first report to the Soldier Support Center. Enter through the main entrance off B Avenue. Bring the following to check in:
Military students must first report to their new unit. Instructions are available at home.army.mil/lee/index.php/about/Garrison/directorate-human-resources/military-personnel-division/personnel-services-branch/service-members-reporting-duty.
Other services Army recruiters and MEPS cadre should contact their gaining unit for specific instructions. After hours soldiers should sign-in to receive instructions from the Installation Operations Center Building 1107. Phone 804-734-1584.
Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling the hotline at 804-894-0029.
Victims of sexual assault are encouraged to report offenses, so that sexual assault are investigated and prevents repeat offenses and the victimization of others.
Sexual assault is the most under reported crime in our society and in the military.
While the Department of Defense prefers complete reporting of sexual assaults to activate both victims’ services and law enforcement actions it recognizes that some victims desire only medical and support services and no command or law enforcement involvement.
The DOD believes its first priority is for victims to be protected, treated with dignity and respect, and to receive the medical treatment, care and counseling that they deserve. Under DOD’s Confidentiality Policy, sexual assault victims are offered two reporting options restricted or unrestricted reporting.
This option is recommended for victims of sexual assault who wish to confidentially disclose the crime to specifically identified individuals and receive medical treatment and counseling without triggering the official investigative process. Service members who are sexually assaulted and desire restricted reporting under this policy must report the assault to a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Victim Advocate or a healthcare provider.
As provided for above, victims may also discuss the assault with a chaplain. Discussing the assault with a chaplain is not a restricted report under this policy it is a communication that may be protected under the Military Rules of Evidence or applicable statues and regulations. The restricted reporting process does not affect any privilege recognized under the MRE. This policy on restricted reporting is in addition to the current protections afforded by privileged communications with a chaplain and does not alter or affect those protections.
Healthcare providers will initiate the appropriate care and treatment, and report the sexual assault to the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator in lieu of reporting the assault to law enforcement or the command. Upon notification of a reported sexual assault, the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator will immediately assign a Victim Advocate to the victim. The assigned Victim Advocate will provide accurate information on the process of restricted vice unrestricted reporting.
At the victim’s discretion/request an appropriately trained healthcare provider shall conduct a sexual assault forensic examination which may include the collection of evidence. In the absence of a DOD provider, the service member will be referred to an appropriate civilian facility for the SAFE.
Restricted reporting is available to military personnel of the Armed Forces and the Coast Guard and active duty dependents. Military personnel include members on active duty and members of the Reserve component Reserve and National Guard provided they are performing federal duty active-duty training or inactive-duty training and members of the National Guard in federal Title 10 status. Members of the Reserve Component not performing federal duty are not eligible. Retired members of any component are not eligible. Adult dependents, 18 years of age and older, are eligible when sexually assaulted by someone other than their spouse or intimate partner. DOD civilian employees are eligible for consultation with a Victim Advocate to gain a referral to local community-based advocacy, counseling and medical services.
Service member Smith arrives at the base medical emergency room and reports she has been sexually assaulted. Healthcare providers immediately notify the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator and begin any appropriate emergency medical treatment.
The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator assigns a Victim Advocate to assist service member Smith. The Victim Advocate meets service member Smith at the hospital and explains the unrestricted/restricted reporting options and the processes associated with each, to include applicable pros/cons. Service member Smith elects the restricted reporting option.
Service member Smith is asked if she would like a forensic examination and she agrees.
The Victim Advocate advises the healthcare provider that service member Smith has elected the restricted reporting option and would like a SAFE.
Forensic evidence of the assault is collected and preserved in a non-personally identifying manner.
The healthcare provider determines and schedules follow-up medical treatment as appropriate.
The Victim Advocate advises the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator that service member Smith has elected the restricted reporting option.
Within 24 hours of service member Smith's restricted report the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator will inform the installation commander that an assault has occurred and provide the commander with non-identifying personal information/details related to the sexual assault allegation. This information includes rank, gender, age, race, service, date, time and/or location. Information is disclosed in a manner that preserves the victim's anonymity. Careful consideration of which details to include is of particular significance at installations or other locations where there are a limited number of minority females or female officers assigned. The installation commander may notify the criminal investigators. However no criminal investigation will be initiated unless originated from another source or the victim elects to come forward via unrestricted reporting.
The installation commander identifies trends and takes appropriate measures i.e. increased security patrols, enhanced education and training, enhanced environmental and safety measures to prevent further sexual assaults.
The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator maintains information regarding the number of sexual assaults for both unrestricted and restricted reports. Restricted report numbers will be included in the annual report. The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator also will capture trends and perform trend analysis. Sexual Assault Response Coordinator awareness of trends will be a first line of defense against a potential serial assailant. The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator can at any time return to service member Smith to ask if he or she is willing to reconsider his or her restricted reporting decision given the potential of a serial offender.
The Victim Advocate maintains communication and contact with the victim as needed for continued victim support.
Service Members Reporting for Duty In-Processing
Advanced individual training Personnel who need transportation from Richmond International Airport report to the USO located on the lower level to the right of the escalators at Richmond International Airport. Two copies of your orders are required for no-cost transportation to Fort Lee. You may contact Richmond Airport USO at 804-236-7234.Permanent Party Soldiers
Report to the Soldier Support Center from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Soldier Support Center Building 3400 1401 B Ave Fort Lee VA 23801 at Phone: 804-734-7089/7751.
Soldiers who report during non-duty hours after 4:30 p.m. or on a weekend/holiday should report to the Installation Operations Center in building 1107 at Phone 804-734-1584.
Army Logistics University Soldiers - Permanent Party and Students
Students include soldiers attending the Combined Logistics Captains Career Course, Basic Officer Leaders Course, Warrant Officer Basic or Advanced Course, Advanced Leader Course, Senior Leader Course and international students.
Report to the 71st Student Battalion. Army Logistics University Building 12420 562 Quarters Rd Fort Lee VA 23801-1724
Contact information - 24/7 number: 804-765-8440/1 DSN: 539 ALU website
Quartermaster, Transportation, Military Occupational Specialty Training and Paralegal AIT students 23rd Quartermaster Brigade
Report to the Headquarters and Headquarters Company 23rd Quartermaster Brigade 23rd QM BDE Building 3004 A Avenue, between 11th St and Sisisky Blvd Fort Lee VA 23801
AIT and MOS-T students who are traveling by privately owned vehicle need to report to HHC in Army Combat Uniform no later than 2 p.m. on Fridays. MOS-T students will be housed in building 8402.
All food products, tobacco products both smoke/smokeless, alcoholic beverages, expired medications and supplements are considered contraband and strictly prohibited. AIT Soldiers who are found with these products will have them confiscated by cadre upon arrival and are subject to immediate disposal
For questions pertaining to times to report, housing, or personal items such as laptops, linens, electronics, etc., please call the company CQ at 804-734-7626 DSN: 687 or the Operations desk at 765-3552 or DSN: 539.
Ordnance AIT/TDY/MOS-T Students, 59th Ordnance Brigade
Report to the Ordnance Campus Ordnance Campus Building 18018 500 Brigade Loop across Route 36 Fort Lee VA 23801
Contact information- 24/7 number 804-765-9289/9288/9287 DSN: 539 Ordnance Website
Attention: All inbound permanent party logistics officers, warrant officers and enlisted 91-series Soldiers with assignment instructions to the Ordnance Center and Schools at Aberdeen Proving Ground should contact the brigade S3 immediately upon notification of assignment. The brigade S-3 is available at 804-765-9408 or DSN 539. Permanent party personnel meeting this criteria will have their duty assignment at Fort Lee Virginia. Please contact the brigade S3 to see how this change affects you.
82nd Special Troops Battalion(-)
Report to the 82nd Special Troops Battalion(-) 82nd Special Troops Battalion(-) Building 8401 2801 A Ave Fort Lee VA 23801-1724.Soldiers who report during non-duty hours after 5 p.m. on Monday through Thursday after 3 p.m. on Friday, or on a weekend/holiday should report to building 8401 on 27th Street.
Contact Information- 24/7 number: 804-734-6254 DSN: 687
Mobilized Soldiers individual fills Report to the Soldier Support Center Personnel Services Branch Building 3400 Room 103 1401 B Ave Fort Lee VA 23801-1724.
Soldiers who report during non-duty hours after 4:30 p.m. or on a weekend/holiday should report to the Installation Operations Center in building 1107 on First Street.
Report to the 345th Training Squadron Headquarters Building 2300 711 B Ave Fort Lee VA 23801.
Report to the Naval Detachment Headquarters Building 4200 1630 B Ave Fort Lee VA 23801.
Contact Information: 24/7 number: 804-734-2977 DSN: 687
Report to the USMC Detachment Headquarters Building 9302 2001 31st Street Fort Lee VA 23801.
What to do if you get married en route?
Report to the Soldier Support Center to obtain an amendment to their orders assigning the Soldier to Fort Lee. Visit or call the reassignment office at Building 3400 1401 B Avenue 804-734-7089/7751.