Make a complaint to the JCC

Anyone can make a complaint about the conduct of a serving judicial officer. All complaints must be made in writing. The easiest way to make a complaint is to complete the online complaint form.

About the JCC

The Judicial Conduct Commissioner (the Commissioner) is an independent statutory officer appointed under the Judicial Conduct Commissioner Act 2015 (JCC Act). South Australia’s Judicial Conduct Commissioner is the Honourable Ann Vanstone QC.

The Commissioner receives and deals with complaints made about the conduct of serving judicial officers.

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Complaints process

Anyone can make a complaint about the conduct of a serving judicial officer.

All complaints must be made in writing.

The easiest way to make a complaint is to complete the online complaint form.

Learn more about the complaints process

Contact the Judicial Conduct Commissioner

All complaints must be made to the JCC in writing
08 8207 8311 (general enquiries)
admin@jcc.sa.gov.au
GPO Box 11066, Adelaide, South Australia 5001
Level 1, 55 Currie St Adelaide