The Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for investigating complaints against the Chief Constable of South Wales Police.
If you feel that you have been treated unfairly by the Chief Constable, or consider that he has conducted himself in a manner that falls below the standards that a reasonable person would expect, you have the right to make a complaint.
Upon receipt of a complaint against the Chief Constable, which can be made by completing the Complaint against Chief Constable Form, the Commissioner will decide whether to record it within ten working days and notify you accordingly, in accordance with the Statutory Guidance produced by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. You will be kept fully informed of the progress of your complaint at each stage of the process.
Please return the completed form to:
Equality and Diversity:
The final page of the Complaint against Chief Constable Form includes questions surrounding equality and diversity. Whilst completion of this section is optional, it would be appreciated if you could complete it. It is simply so that we are able to monitor the profile of complainants and identify trends that may be important.
This information will be treated confidentially and will not be associated with your personal complaint or used by anyone handling your complaint.
You may also wish to refer to our Complaints Policy
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