The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP (CRCC) is an independent agency. Created by Parliament in 1988, the Commission ensures that public complaints made about the conduct of RCMP members are examined fairly and impartially. The Commission receives complaints from the public and conducts reviews when complainants are not satisfied with the RCMP’s handling of their complaints. The Commission is not part of the RCMP.


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Make a complaint about the conduct of an RCMP member

Find out how to make a complaint about the on-duty conduct of an RCMP member.

Request a review of the RCMP's handling of your complaint

Learn how to request a review if you have made a complaint concerning the on-duty conduct of an RCMP member and are not satisfied with the way the RCMP handled your complaint.

Investigations into complaints against the RCMP

Learn about ongoing and completed Chairperson-Initiated complaints and public interest investigations being carried out by the CRCC.

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Learn about the CRCC's reviews of specified RCMP activities.

Complaints the CRCC can investigate

Find out more about the CRCC's jurisdiction.

Complaint and review process

Find out more about the process involved when a complaint is made against a member of the RCMP.


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