What you should do first
Usually, before you bring a complaint to the Ombudsman about the service you have received from a public service provider, you will be expected to have exhausted the organisation’s internal complaints procedure. Exceptionally the Ombudsman may be prepared to accept your complaint before you have exhausted the organisation’s internal complaints procedure. Your reasons for this should be set out in your complaint to us.
Submitting a complaint to the Ombudsman
There are three ways in which you may submit your complaint to the Ombudsman. All of the information we need is on our Complaints Form, so the quickest way for your complaint to be registered with us is by completing this form. However, you may also contact us by phone, email or in writing.
1. On-line by completing on-line Complaint Form
When the form is received in the Ombudsman’s Office we will contact you to confirm receipt.
Click here to access our Online Complaint Form
2. Downloading and returning the Complaints Form
Click here to download complaint form.
3. Contacting the Office by phone, email or in writing
Click here to view the contact details for the Office.