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Make a complaint about your human rights, a security or locksmith service, or your treatment during the criminal justice process.

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If you were injured while under the care of Alberta Child Welfare, up until February 19, 2008, you may be eligible to receive a settlement.

The Ombudsman operates independently from the government. The Ombudsman can make recommendations if an investigation reveals unfairness.

If you have a concern about a person or business that provides security, locksmith or investigation services, you can file a complaint.

If you feel you were not treated fairly during the criminal justice process, you can send a complaint to any of the organizations involved.

If you feel you’ve been discriminated against, you can file a complaint with the Alberta Human Rights Commission.

This advocate office listens to Albertans’ concerns about property rights, and communicates these concerns to government.

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