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Equal Opportunity Leader (EOL) Course. Presented by Rhode Island National Guard Equal Opportunity Office. Equal Opportunity Entering Active Duty Status.

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equal opportunity leader eol course

Equal Opportunity Leader (EOL) Course

Presented by

Rhode Island National Guard

Equal Opportunity Office

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Equal OpportunityEntering Active Duty Status

Employees entering Active Duty from a technician position, AGR or from civilian employment need to know their rights under the law of Equal Opportunity.

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Equal OpportunityMembers

As Active Duty members activated under Title 10 USC, your rights fall under AR 600-20 (Army) and AFI 36-2706 (Air).

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Equal OpportunityProcess System (Army)

Informal Complaints

An informal complaint is any complaint that a soldier or family member does not wish to file in writing and alleges unlawful discrimination or unfair treatment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender and national origin.

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Equal OpportunityProcess System (Amy)

Formal Complaints

A formal complaint is one that a complainant files in writing and swears to the accuracy of the information. An individual files a formal complaint using DA Form 7279R.

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Equal OpportunityTime Lines

Soldiers have 60 calendar days from the date of the alleged incident in which to file a formal complaint.

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Equal OpportunityFiling Process

The complainant should file his or her complaint with the commander at the lowest echelon of command at which the complainant may be assured of receiving a thorough expeditious and unbiased investigation of the allegations.

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Equal OpportunityProcess

Commander’s Action

  • Ensure the complainant has sworn to the complaint.
  • Report the formal complaint to the first General Court-Martial Convening Authority.
  • Conduct investigation or appoint individual.
  • Establish and implement a plan to protect the complainant against reprisal.
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Equal OpportunityProcess

Commander’s Timelines

  • After receipt of the complaint, the commander to whom the complaint was given has 14 days to conduct investigation.

Commander’s Actions

  • Once the investigation is completed, the complaint may be found substantiated or unsubstantiated.
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Equal OpportunityProcess

Commander’s Actions (cont)

  • Substantiated Allegation – Commander can take administrative action i.e. discharge, bar to re-enlist, reduction, admonition, etc. or process under UCMJ for violations of Army policy.
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Equal OpportunityProcess

Commander’s Actions (cont)

  • Unsubstantiated allegation – The commander will inform the complainant in writing of the findings with a redacted copy of the results of investigation.
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Equal OpportunityAppeals
  • Complainant has the right to appeal the commanders decision to the next higher command in his or her chain of command within 7 calendar days following the notification of the results of an investigation by his or her command.
  • Commander has 3 calendar days to forward appeal.
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Equal OpportunityAppeals (cont)
  • The command to which the appeal has been forwarded has 14 days to review and act on the appeal.
  • Complaints that are not resolved at brigade level may be appealed to the General Courts-Martial Convening Authority.
  • Decisions at this level are final.