Welcome to the Independent Police Complaints Commission
The IPCC's job is to make sure that complaints against the police are dealt with effectively.
We set standards for the way the police handle complaints and, when something has gone wrong, we help the police learn lessons and improve the way they work.
For members of the publicFind out when and how you can make a complaint against the police
Our how to make a complaint against the police leaflet is available in 15 languages, easy-read, braille, audio and large print formats
For members of the police serviceFind out what to do if you receive a complaint, or if you are the subject of a complaint
IPCC Statutory GuidanceFor more information on the new statutory guidance from the IPCC - Making the new complaints system work better see the Police section.
Contact usTo contact us or make an enquiry call us on 08453 002 002 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively see all the contact details for your local area.
Latest press releases
|Ex PC Pleads Guilty to misconduct in public office||10 February 2006|
|Former PC Shajan Miah pleaded guilty to four counts of misconduct in public office at Manchester Crown Court today.|
|Harry Stanley - IPCC publishes decision and report||09 February 2006|
|The IPCC has decided that two Metropolitan Police Service officers who shot Mr Harry Stanley in 1999 should not face any disciplinary action.|
|Clarification: Independent Police Complaints Commission - next steps after Sussex Police officer's trial||08 February 2006|
|On Friday 3 February the IPCC stated that a Sussex Police officer will now have to face a misconduct hearing after being convicted of careless driving.|
|For more information see the Press Release section|