The IPCC's job is to make sure that complaints against the police are dealt with effectively.
It sets standards for the way the police handle complaints and, when something has gone wrong, it helps the police learn lessons and improve the way it works.
Information on the IPCC website accessibility options
ComplaintsFor members of the public
. All the information you need about making a complaint against the police including online complaint and appeal forms.
PoliceFor members of the police service
. All the information you need to deal with complaints and what to do if you are the subject of a complaint.
Foreign language information leaflets. IPCC information leaflets in foreign languages
This section holds IPCC reports, guidelines, research
and other useful information.
IPCC Statutory Guidance
See the Police section
for more information on the interactive version of the IPCC's Statutory Guidance - Making the new complaints system work better for police forces.