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Operation Honour

The Sexual Misconduct Response Centre (SMRC) was established to provide support to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members who have experienced or witnessed inappropriate sexual behaviour. For assistance, we encourage you to call 1-844-750-1648 or e-mail DND.SMRC-CIIS.MDN@forces.gc.ca.

A team of professional counsellors is ready to provide support, information, and referrals between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday to Friday Eastern Standard Time. Should a call be received outside of regular hours of operations or on statutory holidays, members will be able to leave a message and at their request, one of the staff members will return their call within one business day.

Phone number: 1-844-750-1648
Call collect: 613-996-3900
Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time

Military advances fight against sexual misconduct

Days after victims of military sexual assault raised concerns about lenient sentences, CTV News has learned of a new directive from Canada’s top soldier to remove from their jobs anyone who has committed sexual misconduct.

Operation Honour marks milestone in combating sexual violence in the military

For Capt. Donna Riguidel, seeing the 100th person go through Operation Honour, a course she started, was an important benchmark.

Top soldier accepts RMC review recommendations

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960 soldiers reported being sexually assaulted in the past year

About 960 regular military members, or some 1.7 per cent of the regular force, have reported they were sexually assaulted in the past year, after the launch of a program designed to eliminate misconduct in the military, a new survey by Statistics Canada has found.

Canadian Forces Launches 8 Sexual Misconduct Investigations

Gen. Jonathan Vance is leading a crackdown on inappropriate sexual behaviour in the ranks.

Canadian troops issued wallet cards to remind them that sex assault is 'inappropriate'

About 85,000 cards were distributed to English-speaking military personnel and 35,000 to French-speaking personnel as part of the military’s Op Honour initiative

Combating 'endemic' sexual misconduct in the military no easy task

Targeting "endemic" sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces is no easy task but one the military is committed to snuffing it out, says commander of Maritime Forces Atlantic.

In career marked by firsts, new RCAF deputy commander looks to the future

But for Maj.-Gen. Tammy Harris, whose career has been marked by firsts, the honour she feels heading into her new post goes beyond being a symbol of women’s advancement in the military. It’s more about using her new responsibilities to champion the need for broader diversity and inclusion in the Canadian Forces — particularly when it comes to young people.

Number of sexual assaults in Canadian Forces said to be 'unfounded' drops dramatically

The number sexual assault cases deemed unfounded by military police has declined dramatically, according to a new report by Department of National Defence.

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    The Sexual Misconduct Response Centre (SMRC) was established to provide support to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members who have experienced or witnessed inappropriate sexual behaviour. For assistance, we encourage you to call 1-844-750-1648 or e-mail DND.SMRC-CIIS.MDN@forces.gc.ca.

    A team of professional counsellors is ready to provide support, information, and referrals between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday to Friday Eastern Standard Time. Should a call be received outside of regular hours of operations or on statutory holidays, members will be able to leave a message and at their request, one of the staff members will return their call within one business day.

    Phone number: 1-844-750-1648
    Call collect: 613-996-3900
    Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time

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