Other complaint organisations deal with matters outside the Commission’s responsibilities.
If you’re unsure who else can help, contact us and we may be able to direct you to the relevant authority, such as:
Ombudsman Tasmania investigates administrative actions of public authorities to ensure they are lawful, reasonable and fair.
Tasmania Police handles complaints about police conduct. These complaints are managed under the Police Service Act 2003 (Tas) and should be made within six months of the conduct occurring. Read more on the Tasmania Police website.
Equal Opportunity Tasmania
Equal Opportunity Tasmania deals with unlawful treatment covered by the Anti-Discrimination Act 1998 (Tas), such as bullying or discrimination based on age, race or gender, religious belief or political activity.
Health Complaints Commissioner
The Health Complaints Commissioner considers complaints about public or private health services.
The Energy Ombudsman is an independent dispute-resolution service for electricity or natural gas customers who have been unable to resolve a complaint with their energy supplier.
Consumer, Building and Occupational Services
Consumer, Building and Occupational Services (CBOS) provides advice and conciliation services to consumers and tenants and ensures compliance with consumer and building laws, as well as gas and electricity safety standards.
Legal Profession Board of Tasmania
The Legal Profession Board of Tasmania is an independent body responsible for dealing with complaints about the conduct of lawyers.