Operation HONOUR supporting tools and resources

The Operation HONOUR Manual

Find a comprehensive guide to information and resources on sexual misconduct - respond, prevent, support - all in one place

Operation HONOUR products and tools

Respect in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) mobile application
The Respect in the CAF mobile application is a continually updated sexual misconduct toolkit for all CAF members, including victims, survivors, supporters, and leaders. It includes downloadable tools, educational information, and resources to support anyone who is dealing with an incident of sexual misconduct or who wants to learn more.

Operation HONOUR products
Download or order soldier cards, quick info cards, posters, and other informational products.

Operation HONOUR roles and responsibilities for CAF leaders and members
Understand what is expected of you as a CAF member and as part of the leadership team.

Operation HONOUR 101 – Briefing material

Addressing senior staff

Presenting key points to explain Operation HONOUR and the expectations of the Chief of the Defence Staff. This presentation contains key definitions, role and responsibilities of the Chain of Command, and includes information about support resources for members. For use by Commanders to address senior staff (typically Unit Command Team level and up).

Addressing junior staff and their units

Presenting key points to explain Operation HONOUR and the expectations of the Chief of the Defence Staff. This presentation contains key definitions and includes information about support resources for members. For use by leaders to address junior staff and their units.

For Leaders

Leadership resources for responding to sexual misconduct

Graphics and Videos

Videos
Video products that can supplement any leader engagement activity or be used for professional development.

Spectrum of sexual misconduct
A graphical tool detailing the range of attitudes, beliefs, and actions that constitute sexual misconduct and contribute to a toxic environment.

Tools

First Contact support tool
How to be a supportive friend, family member, co-worker or supervisor to someone who confides in you that they are a victim of sexual misconduct or a sexual offence.

Bystander Intervention Strategies
Safe and positive options to prevent harm or intervene when there is a risk of sexual misconduct.

The six steps to bystander action
Tips for intervening to stop sexual misconduct.

Sexual misconduct myths and facts
Examining beliefs, attitudes, and assumptions

Recognizing and responding to domestic violence
Increase your awareness of the impacts of domestic violence, and how to recognize it.

Harmful and helpful reactions to a disclosure
Guidance for responding empathetically to a disclosure of sexual misconduct.

A guide for sexual assault survivors
Addressing medical and physical concerns, legal and reporting options, and coping with emotions.

Safety tips if you think you are being stalked
Suggestions on how to keep yourself safe if you are being stalked or harassed.

Safety tips if you think you are being cyberstalked
Suggestions on how to keep yourself safe if you are being stalked or harassed online.

You are in control (Watching and reading media)
Tips for survivors on consuming media.

Self-care for victims
Steps you can take to feel healthy and comfortable.

Self-care for someone supporting a victim
Steps supporters can take to ensure their wellbeing while supporting a victim of sexual violence.

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