121.46 Filing complaint - form.

Any person who knows or has reasonable cause to believe that a state officer or state employee has committed, or is in the process of committing, a wrongful act or omission may prepare and file with the inspector general, a complaint that identifies the person making the report and the state officer or state employee who allegedly committed or is committing the wrongful act or omission, describes the wrongful act or omission, and explains how the person reporting knew or came to his reasonable cause to believe that the state officer or state employee committed or is in the process of committing the wrongful act or omission. The preparation and filing of the complaint described in this section is in addition to any other report of the wrongful act or omission the person is required by law to make.

The inspector general shall prescribe a form for complaints under this section. The inspector general shall provide a blank copy of the form to any person, free of charge. No complaint is defective, however, because it is not made on the form prescribed by the inspector general.

Effective Date: 10-31-1990