The Risk Reduction Program (RRP) is designed to identify installation’s and Soldiers’ high-risk behaviors (HRB) and help formulate mitigating prevention strategies with the goal to increasing mission readiness. This program focuses on effective use of installation resources and coordinated efforts between commanders and installation agencies to identify HRB patterns and to implement effective prevention strategies.

The Risk Reduction Program offers commanders several management tools within the Commander’s Risk Reduction Toolkit (CRRT). These tools track, assess, and act on a number of Soldier HRB; Deaths, Suicide Attempts, Absent Without Leave, Drug and Alcohol Offenses, Traffic Violations, Crimes Against Persons and Property, Chapter Eliminations, Courts Martial and Disciplinary Actions. This program places prevention resources on the identified HRB and assists in maintaining Soldier and unit readiness.

The Risk Reduction Program Coordinator works in concert with the Installation Prevention Team (IPT), CR2C WGs, URT and commanders to implement, facilitate and coordinate the Risk Reduction prevention strategy. The Risk Reduction Program Coordinator also offers the Unit Risk Inventory (URI) and the Reintegration Unit Risk Inventory (R-URI). These surveys are anonymous questionnaires designed to screen for HRB and attitudes that compromise unit readiness. The URI can be administered to the unit at least 120 days prior to deployment or to non-deploying units annually; the R-URI must be administered to redeploying Soldiers between 30-90 days after redeployment. The results of the URI/R-URI will be used to adjust training and prevention efforts within the unit to reduce HRB. The URI is also a great tool for incoming commanders to assess the climate within their new unit.