File a Complaint
Citizens can register a grievance with the Ethics Commission by submitting a written notarized complaint executed on a prescribed form.
The complaint must:
- allege a violation within the jurisdiction of the Ethics Commission,
- be based on substantial personal knowledge of the complaint, and
- include as much evidence as possible.
Within 30 days after receipt of the complaint, the Ethics Commission shall send a copy of the complaint to the alleged violator.
Please note: The Ethics Commission does not hear complaints involving personnel disputes.
Ways to File a Complaint
Information and tips may also be left anonymously on our telephone hotline: 786-314-9560.
- e-mail information to firstname.lastname@example.org
- fax to 305-579-0273
The legal unit of the Commission reviews this information, and the Advocate may file a complaint based on the information provided, even in the absence of personal knowledge.