Complaints – can I make a complaint about the Tribunal?

Yes.

ACAT’s complaints policy can be found at:
http://www.acat.act.gov.au/

You can make a complaint in person, by telephone, fax, post or email.

ACAT contact details:
Phone: (02) 6207 1740
Fax: (02) 6205 4855
Email: tribunal@act.gov.au
Postal address: GPO Box 370, Canberra City, 2601
Location: ‘ACT Health Building’ Level 4, 1 Moore Street, City

ACAT is not required to accept complaints about the outcomes of proceedings under their complaints policy.  However, if you want to complain about the conduct of a Tribunal member, you can write to Ms Linda Crebbin, General President ACAT.

Send us a copy of your complaint via the web form on the Contact Us page if you would be happy for us to use your complaint in discussions or correspondence with ACAT.

Reviewed: 3/12/13

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