The Judicial Complaint Commission is a Government institution established in 2002 by the Judicial (code of Conduct) act No. 13 of 1999 as amended by the Judicial(code of Conduct)(Amendment) Act No.13 of 2006. The Code of Conduct is promulgated by Parliament pursuant to Article 91 Clause 2 of the Constitution of Zambia.

The Commission enforces the Code of Conduct.It is mandated to objectively and thoroughly investigate allegations of misconduct made against judicial officers

Anyone may file a complaint with the Commission. A complaint must be in writing and should state in as much detail as possible the specific facts about the alleged misconduct or disability. You may use the Commission's complaint form or you may write a letter. Provide the Commission with as much information as you have

A Complaint is an allegation of misconduct made against a Judicial Office