Operation Emotion has:

  • provided a service locally to 500 men
  • run over 800 weekly support groups for men who have been sexually abused
  • delivered 25 Education Recovery programmes – a 10 session educational programme involving 152 men
  • linked with and delivered presentations to 233 organisations across the region
  • hosted a national conference in Plymouth on sexual abuse entitled ‘Escaping the Prison of Silence’
  • delivered a range of workforce development training concerning the consequences of sexual abuse to large generic organisations
  • produced myth busting, educational films and dramas alongside Blunt Edge Films that challenge stereotypes and misinformation
  • promoted public debate by delivering pop up film screenings and discussions  concerning sexual abuse to audiences throughout the southwest
  • campaigned locally, regionally and nationally for an improvement in services and a more open debate in society concerning sexual abuse

Policies and Procedures

Operation Emotion operates a professional, confidential service, that above all values people and keeps them safe. Copies of our operational policies and procedures are available digitally or as hard copy by contacting