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District 11NR Civil Rights

It is essential for the Auxiliary to respect the Civil Rights of all members.  
Therefore, the integrity of the discrimination claims need to be pursued by  Auxiliarists 
until resolution, insuring discrimination free environment.
 

U.S. Coast Guard Core Values

Honor
Integrity is our standard. We demonstrate uncompromising ethical conduct and moral behavior in all of our personal actions. We are loyal and accountable to the public trust.

Respect
We value our diverse work force. We treat each other with fairness, dignity, and compassion. We encourage individual opportunity and growth. We encourage creativity through empowerment. We work as a team.
 
Devotion to Duty
We are professionals, military and civilian, who seek responsibility, accept accountability, and are committed to the successful achievement of our organizational goals. We exist to serve. We serve with pride.
 
These core values are more than just Coast Guard rules of behavior. They are deeply rooted in the heritage that has made our organization great. They demonstrate who we are and guide our performance, conduct, and decisions every minute of every day. Because we each represent the Coast Guard to the public, we must all embrace these values in our professional undertakings as well as in our personal lives.

Visit the US Coast Guard Civil Rights Website

US Coast Guard Auxiliary Civil Rights Program
Every member of Team Coast Guard deserves to be treated with honor, dignity, respect; and to have a work environment free of discrimination, a constitutionally protected status such as race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability.
The Auxiliary Civil Rights Coordinator (AUX CRC) is available to all members at any time for consultation.Neal Nevesny pictured in uniform next to the American flag.
 

Resource Information
   Auxiliary Manual - Chapter 7 - Human Resources
   USCG Auxiliary Knowledge Base
   National Commodore’s message on Sexual Harassment 
   Prevention  and Diversity  message
   D11NR Officers Training Powerpoint
   D11NR Human Resources Proposal
                                          
Sexual Harassment Prevention (SHP)                                            
Annual Flotilla Training required, established by Flotilla Commander                  Neil Nevesny
Facilitator selects appropriate materials for member discussion                        D11NR AUX CRC
    Sexual Harassment Prevention Power Point
    D11NR Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Strategies 2008
    Auxiliary Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention class on AUXLMS
    District SHP Training - 2006 Power Point   2007 Power Point
    SHP Training particpants are to sign Form 7039 Workshop Mission & Attendance Report
    (click on ANSC Forms under Member Quick Links on page left banner). Submit to FSO-IS to be entered    into AUXDATA.