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MCB Quantico VWAP

The Victim and Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) is designed to ensure victims and witnesses of crime are treated with fairness and dignity and are afforded their rights throughout the criminal justice process – from the first report of a crime through any period of confinement adjudged by a court-martial.

The Marine Corps VWAP instruction is MCO 5800.16

Captain Ana Delvalle is the Regional Victim and Witness Liaison Officer (RVWLO) for MCB Quantico and acts as the Commander, MCINCR-MCB Quantico’s manager for the VWAP Program aboard the base.  In that capacity, Captain Delvalle chairs the VWAP Council, manages and maintains a list of all unit Victim Witness Assistance Coordinators and other base Victim Witness Representatives, tracks all services provided and is the central point of contact for the base program.

Pursuant to Marine Corps Directives, each office or agency which provides services to victims and witnesses (see list below) appoints a Victim Witness Assistance Representative and each unit (Battalion and Squadron level and above) appoints a Victim Witness Assistance Coordinator (VWAC).  The VWAC and other representatives are responsible for that unit or office’s part of the base VWAP.

Capt Delvalle can be contacted at (703) 784-2106.

A Unit VWAC is the command’s primary point of contact for victim and witness assistance matters.  In conjunction with the VWLO, VWACs coordinate victim and witness assistance matters within their unit.  Victims and witnesses should not hesitate to contact their unit’s VWAC for more information, assistance, or to help get in contact with victim and witness assistance services.  

Regional Victim Legal Counsel

Maj Martz


Victim Legal Counsel

Capt Brecher  



Ms. Adriana Martinez



MSgt Gold


SecBn Chief Investigator

MSgt Wenzel



2ndLt Oh



Maj Lack



Capt Whelan



Capt Ehlert



Capt Greene


CBIRF Indian Head VWAC

CWO2 Shapiro



Capt Tijierina


HQMC PPSL Corrections

Ms. Jenny Franks


8th & I

 SSgt Jackson


Henderson Hall MSgt Mattis 703-614-7171
Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center Ms. Alice Nunez  703-432-6916
Marine Corps Intelligence Activity SSgt Kropf 703-432-7786

Brig VWAC (Rappahanock)

Ms. Jenny Franks


Brig VWAC (Chesapeake)

Ms. Brittney Mitchell



Ms. Cherrone Hester


MFS – Marine Family Services

Mrs. Gail Ketola


FAP- Family Advocacy Program

Ms. Nina Manganaris


FAP- Family Advocacy Program

Mr. Chip Toney


Education Command Ms. Adriana Martinez 703-784-4468
Naval Health Clinic Quantico
HM1 Jenna Golding  703-784-1969
NSA Fort Meade TBD  TBD

Last Updated: 22 August 2016



MCB Quantico Chaplain's offer counseling, religious ministries and related services to victims & witnesses upon request.

(703) 784-2131

Legal Assistance

The MCB Quantico Legal Assistance Office provides legal assistance for family matters such as divorce and child support and can provide referral to civilian attorneys when needed.


Prosecution/Military Justice Office

The MCB Quantico Military Justice Office provides legal advice and support to all MCB Quantico tenant commands in the prosecution of Marines and sailors in general, special, and summary courts-martial.  Rights and services afforded by the military justice office to victims and witnesses during the criminal trial process include: the right to be present at all public court proceedings, the right to be contacted about the proposed dismissal of any and all charges, the right to be consulted on decisions not to prosecute, the right to be contacted regarding the proposed terms of any negotiated plea, and the right to be notified of the acceptance of a guilty plea, or any conviction, sentencing and imprisonment of the accused. 


MCB Quantico Criminal Investigation and Law Enforcement

NCIS, CID, and PMO provide investigative services for criminal offenses.  Criminal investigators and law enforcement personnel are responsible for providing victims and witnesses of crimes with the initial information under the VWAP and ensuring they have points of contact for all available services and assistance under the VWAP.

NCIS – (703) 432-0211         

CID – (703) 784-2027

PMO – (703) 784-2251

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator

SARC coordinates all the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) activities about MCB Quantico and is a point of contact for victims of sexual assault.

(703) 784-3532


MCB Quantico’s medical clinic provides medical services for military personnel and dependents.

(703) 784-1725

DD2701 – Initial Information for Victims and Witnesses of Crime (2016)

DD2702 – Court-Martial Information for Victims and Witnesses of Crime (2016)

DD2703 – Post-Trial Information for Victims and Witnesses of Crime (2016)

DD2704 – Victim/Witness Certification and Election Concerning Inmate Status (2013)

DD2705 – Victim/Witness Notification of Inmate Status (2013)

DD2706 – Annual Report on Victim and Witness Assistance (2013)

DD2698 – Application for Transitional Compensation (1995)


Marine Corps Order 5800.14 - Victim-Witness Assistance Program

Marine Corps Order 1752.5B - Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program

Department of Defense Directive 1030.1 - Victim and Witness Assistance

Department of Defense Instruction 1030.2 - Victim and Witness Assistance Procedures

Department of Defense Instruction 6400.07 - Standards for Victim Assistance Services in the Military Community

Department of Defense Instruction 1342.24 - Transitional Compensation for Abused Dependents 

Secretary of the Navy Instruction 5800.11B - Victim and Witness Assistance Program (VWAP)