District Attorney

Filing a Complaint with the OC District Attorney's Office

Difference Between Filing a Complaint with the Office of Independent Review (OIR) and the Orange County District Attorney's Office:

The Office of Independent Review (OIR): The OIR is an independent entity that ensures transparency and accountability within five county agencies, including the District Attorney's Office. It focuses on identifying systemic issues and specific incidents that pose high risks and potential liabilities. If you would like to file a complaint with the OIR Click Here. 

The District Attorney's Office: The mission of the District Attorney's Office is to enhance public safety and welfare, protect crime victims, and ensure community security through the vigorous enforcement of criminal and civil laws in a just, honest, efficient, and ethical manner.

How to File a Complaint with the Orange County District Attorney's Office:

To ensure your concerns are addressed, follow these steps:

  1. Contact the District Attorney's Office:

    While there is no formal complaint form, you can reach out to the office via their contact page:

     Contact the OCDA

    For the filing a Complaint to the DA Consumer Protection Unit you can download the appropriate form:

     Report Fraud Forms

  2. Provide Detailed Information:

    When contacting the office, provide a clear and detailed description of your complaint or concern, including relevant dates, locations, and any involved individuals.

    Attach any supporting documents that may help illustrate your complaint, such as correspondence, contracts, or other relevant materials.

For more information or to submit your complaint, visit the District Attorney's webpage here.