What happens when a complaint reaches the Ombudsman?

The first thing that the Ombudsman does when he receives a complaint is to determine whether the complaint is admissible. If the Ombudsman decides that the complaint cannot be investigated, the complainant is informed that the Ombudsman will not be dealing with the case. If the Ombudsman decides that the complaint is admissible, investigations will be conducted into the case.

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