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- If you have a concern about something the Deputy Commissioner has said or done, the first step is to raise it with him.
- If you are still not satisfied, you can make a complaint to the Police, Fire and Crime Panel. Someone can act on your behalf (perhaps a friend or relative) if you give your written permission for them to do so.
- The Police, Fire and Crime Panel are the group, made up of elected (cross-party) Councillors and independent appointees, who hold the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner to account.
- Contact details for the Chair of the Police and Crime Panel
- If the complaint is of alleged criminal conduct, then this will be immediately passed onto the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC)
- Complaints Reports are published when the Police, Fire and Crime Panel believes it is in the public interest to do so.
- The number of complaints against the Commissioner, and her deputy, recorded by the Police, Fire and Crime Panel, are published on our Police, Fire and Crime Panel page.