We are an independent organisation set up to supervise investigations into complaints about the police.

“As an independent body, our members supervise the investigation of complaints in a thorough and impartial manner.”
Janet Naylor

The police complaints and discipline procedures and processes are key to police accountability. They facilitate the public and those within policing to raise concerns about the behaviour of individual officers and the organisation of the police in Jersey.

It is vital to securing public confidence in policing practice and systems through our role in administering effective, independent oversight of the police complaints system and supervising investigations, including death or serious injury matters. We make our decisions entirely independently of the government, the police or interest group.

What’s involved in making a complaint if you think that a police officer or honorary police officer has behaved incorrectly, unfairly, or criminally.

A step-by-step guide to what happens next when you make a complaint.

Current and prior annual reports that describe who we are and what we do to ensure the police achieve high standards in the handling of complaints and conduct matters.

Internet links to all laws and regulations relating to complaints.

Our Members