Complaints about the police - Other help
Can anyone help me to complain?
A friend or relative could help you to complain. If you are in prison, you could ask your Personal Officer, prison staff or another inmate for help.
There may be advocacy services that could help you make a complaint. You can search online for an advocacy service in your local area.
You could ask your local MP to help you make a complaint. They could help you to complete forms or perhaps make a complaint on your behalf. You can find out who your local MP is by going to the website here, or contact the House of Commons Information Office on 020 7219 4272.
Your local Citizens Advice centre may be able to help you complain. You can find your local bureau here, or call 03444 111 444.
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