National Defence Act
Marginal note:To whom complaint may be made
250.21 (1) A conduct complaint or an interference complaint may be made, either orally or in writing, to the Chairperson, the Judge Advocate General or the Provost Marshal. A conduct complaint may also be made to any member of the military police.
Marginal note:Acknowledgement and notice of complaint
(2) The person who receives a complaint shall
(a) if the complaint is not in writing, put it in writing;
(b) ensure that an acknowledgement of its receipt is sent as soon as practicable to the complainant; and
(c) ensure that notice of the complaint is sent as soon as practicable
(i) in the case of a conduct complaint, to the Chairperson and the Provost Marshal,
(ii) in the case of an interference complaint concerning an officer or a non-commissioned member, to the Chairperson, the Chief of the Defence Staff, the Judge Advocate General and the Provost Marshal, and
(iii) in the case of an interference complaint concerning a senior official of the Department, to the Chairperson, the Deputy Minister, the Judge Advocate General and the Provost Marshal.
- 1998, c. 35, s. 82
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