What a complete waste of time and effort, just to be seen to be "doing something". So the respective "authorities" get in touch with the CO, who informs the Razza, who informs the Coy Sgt. who then severely grips the squaddie who complained in the first place. Sounds absolutely perfect!
Is that gonna solve what appears to be a very grave problem? I highly doubt it! The solution should lie in rooting out why this or that squaddie feels the need to bully a comrade in the first place. It's about making recruits aware of why and how they actually tick. And who knows? It might even make them better soldiers.
What did you call them? We generally used pongoes.That's all those years of expertise on the front line, right there.
Also, I served for 25 years and never referred to soldiers as "Squadies".
That is the term used by civvies and lazy journalists. Any member of my family referred to me as a squadie, I would correct therm until they took the hint.