The Military Police Complaints Commission has exclusive responsibility for reviews of conduct complaints and to examine interference complaints. It is also responsible for monitoring the way conduct complaints are dealt with by the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal.
The Commission’s Chair may, at any time, initiate an investigation of either a conduct complaint or an interference complaint. If it is a conduct complaint, this action relieves the Provost Marshal of responsibility to deal with the complaint. In addition, any complainant not satisfied with the Provost Marshal's disposition of a conduct complaint, can ask the Commission to review their complaint and the way it was handled.
NOTE: This section of the site is intended to provide an overview of the complaint process only. For detailed information, please consult the relevant laws and regulations.
- Conduct Complaints
- Conduct Complaints Process
- Interference Complaints
- Investigations and Hearings
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