The Report noted that over the previous six months, the Centre was contacted by a total of 156 military members; half of whom being of the male gender. The Report also discloses that a total of 53 individuals contacted the Centre about a sexual offence and 32 others contacted the Centre about sexual harassment. The report hastens to state, however, that despite the fact that the issue of sexual harassment is of a “foundational nature, strangely, the Canadian military has been unable so far to develop a simple, broad definition of the expression "sexual harassment."
As currently set up, the Centre provides "initial support" to military members by either phone or email only. It is also only open on working days.
Read one of the several media reports in Canada’s national newspaper: The Globe and Mail at “Sexual Assault centre received dozen of complaints.”