As a victim or witness, you have the right to ask why things have gone wrong for you and to have those things put right.
If you are not happy with your experience, or if you have not received your entitlements under the Victims’ Code, you can complain directly to the agency or service provider.
Who to complain to
Make your complaint directly to the organisation that you are unhappy with. The Victims’ Commissioner cannot complain on your behalf as they are prohibited from helping with individual cases.
You should get an acknowledgement or a full response within 10 working days.
If you are not satisfied with the response
If you do not get a response, or you are not satisfied with the reply, you can ask your MP to refer your complaint to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman make final decisions on complaints that have not been resolved by the NHS in England and UK government departments and other public organisations. They do this fairly, without taking sides, and their service is free.