Information and guidance about reporting sexual misconduct or assault...
Unacceptable behaviour can be reported to:
Alleged criminal offences can be reported to civilian or military police or the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service. The Director of Military Prosecutions processes criminal and service related offences when charges are laid through the military justice system. These offences may be addressed through a court martial.
The Sexual Misconduct Response Centre provides the following resources to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members affected by sexual misconduct and members of the chain of command for information and guidance on reporting sexual misconduct.
Military Liaison Officer
You can speak with the military liaison officer within the Sexual Misconduct Response Centre if you need information and guidance on:
Military Police Liaison Officer
You can speak with the military police liaison officer to get information about criminal and service-related offences. This includes information about lodging a police complaint and the investigation process.
Should you want to make a formal police complaint, the military police liaison officer can provide information on what to expect throughout the investigative process and is able to facilitate access to the military police or the Canadian Forces Investigation Service.
Contacting the Sexual Misconduct Response Centre (SMRC):
A Sexual Misconduct Response Centre counsellor can refer you to the military liaison officer or the military police liaison officer. You can be referred anonymously if you request it. If an officer is not immediately available, the counsellor can give you contact information so you can contact the officer when you are ready.
You can call SMRC anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Toll-free (North America): 1-844-750-1648
You can call this local telephone number in the National Capital Region, collect from anywhere except the United States, and via Iridium satellite.