Here are some on-line tools that can help you exercise your rights or use the available services.
|File a complaint in a matter of police ethics.||Filing a complaint|
|Submit your answers to the questions or specifications requested by the Commissaire à la déontologie policière after a complaint has been filed.||Answers and specifications after the complaint is filed|
|Draw up and submit your objections regarding conciliation within 30 days of filing your request with the Commissaire.||Objecting to conciliation|
|Submit an application for review of the decision rendered by the Commissaire when he has dismissed the file regarding your complaint following preliminary examination, during conciliation, after conciliation failure or during the investigation.||Reviewing a decision of the Commissaire to dismiss a complaint (following examination, during conciliation, after conciliation failure or during the investigation)|
|Submit an application for review of the decision of the Commissaire when he has dismissed your complaint file following investigation. This application is submitted to the Comité de déontologie policière (administrative tribunal).||Reviewing a decision of the Commissaire to dismiss a complaint (following investigation)|
|Submit an application for remission following a decision of the Comité de déontologie policière concerning a transgression.||Application for remission|
|Submit an access to information request (obtain a document).||Access to information request to the Commissaire (processing of complaints)
Access to information request to the Comité (administrative tribunal)
|Consult the upcoming hearings or search for a hearing based on various criteria (name of police officer, file number, municipality, etc.).||Calendar of hearings|
|Get an overview of the stages involved in processing a file or complaint in matters of police ethics.||Interactive scheme of stages of the ethics system|
The electronic versions (PDF) of the above-mentioned requests for services are available in the Forms section. You must print them, forward them by mail or fax, or submit them in person to one of the Québec or Montréal offices of the authority in charge of processing your complaint (Commissaire à la déontologie policière or Comité de déontologie policière).
If you need information on this subject, you can refer to the complaint processing stages in a matter of police ethics.