MCAS Beaufort’s chaplains offer counseling, religious ministries and related services to victims and witnesses upon request.
(843) 228-7775 or (843) 228-7121 (after hours)
The legal assistance office is located aboard MCRD Parris Island. They can provide assistance for family matters such as divorce and child support and can provide a referral to civilian attorneys when needed.
Prosecution/Military Justice Office
The military justice office is located aboard MCRD Parris Island. They provide support to MCAS Beaufort and the tenant commands by prosecuting 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 deal, and the right to be notified of the acceptance of a guilty plea, or any conviction, sentencing and imprisonment of the accused.
MCAS Beaufort 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.
NICS: (843) 228-7477/7215
CID: (843) 228-7786/6009
PMO: (843) 228-6710
Victim Advocacy Support Program
Beaufort’s victim advocates respond to sexual assault and domestic violence incidences 24/7 by providing supportive and advocacy services for the victim. For more information and help call (843) 228-6900. For help after normal business hours call (843) 592-0646.
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
Marie Brodie, as the SARC, coordinates all the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) activities aboard MCAS Beaufort and is a point of contact for victims of sexual assault. She may be reached at (843) 228-6904 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocate position is currently vacant.
Correction Facilities (Brig)
Military brigs house inmates before, during, and after trial. An accused male service member placed in pretrial confinement or sentenced to less than 15 years is normally housed at Naval Consolidated Brig Charleston. A female service member who is placed in pretrial confinement is housed at the Beaufort County Detention Center. A post-conviction female inmate or male inmate convicted of a sex crime will be housed at MCAS Miramar. A male inmate serving more than 15 years will be housed at Leavenworth.
Charleston Brig: (843) 743-0306
Miramar Brig: (858) 577-7069
Leavenworth: (913) 682-8700
Beaufort County Detention Center: (843) 470-5715
Naval Hospital Beaufort provides medical services for military personnel and dependents.
Appointment Line: (843) 228-5175