Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada
The Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada (MPCC) is a civilian, quasi-judicial oversight agency that operates independently of the Government of Canada.
The Commission reviews and investigates complaints concerning military police conduct and investigates allegations of interference in military police investigations. It reports its findings and makes recommendations directly to the military police and national defence leadership.
– News Release
The Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada is conducting a public interest investigation (PII) into allegations concerning the treatment of Afghan detainees by members of the Military Police (MP) in 2010‑2011, and related investigations in 2011‑2012.
2018-05-07 - News Release
The Honourable Harjit Sajjan, Minister of National Defence, has tabled the 2017 Annual Report of the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada in Parliament.
Services and information
Learn how to file a complaint.
Access the MPCC complaint form.
Learn about the conduct complaint process.
Learn about the interference complaint process.
Request a review of the complaint.
An overview of the Military Police.
This section provides access to case summaries giving a description of the cases we dealt with since the MPCC opened its doors in December 1999.
This section provides access to the public interest investigations and hearings conducted by the MPCC, including the Chairperson’s final reports.
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