Making a complaint
Thames Valley Police takes complaints very seriously.
All complaints are overseen by the Professioinal Standards Department.
Alternatively, you can call to make a complaint – call 101, the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number, or write to:
Professional Standards department
Thames Valley Police Headquarters South
Contact the Professional Standards department.
Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner
Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) website (opens new window).
Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC)
Other ways to make a complaint
- Visit your local police station and ask to speak to a sergeant, inspector or supervisor. If none are available at that time, ask the front counter officer to make an arrangement for you to be contacted.
- You can also approach other agencies to make a complaint on your behalf – for example, Citizens Advice Bureaux (opens new window), Equality and Human Rights Commission (opens new window), a solicitor, other community groups, or any other person of your choice.