DOJ COVID-19 Response Complaints
To submit a complaint about the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please click on the link below to use the DOJ Office of the Inspector General (DOJ OIG) online form.
Please fill in as much information as possible. Your contact information is requested but not required in order to submit information.
Additional information regarding the OIG’s jurisdiction over complaints and confidentiality for complainants is available at: https://oig.justice.gov/hotline/info.htm.
Please DO NOT direct the following to the DOJ OIG:
- 911 emergencies;
- COVID-19 concerns involving inmates at state prisons and local jails, unless the concerns involve a U.S. Marshals Service detainee held at a state prison or local jail (See information about state prisons and local jails); or
- Concerns involving federal, state, or local judicial actions, unless the concerns relate to Immigration Courts administered by the Executive Office for Immigration Review
COVID-19 UPDATE: Please note, complaints received by physical mail will experience a processing delay. The online complaint form is the most efficient method for submitting complaints to the DOJ OIG Hotline.
Phone: (800) 869-4499 *
Fax: (202) 616-9881
U.S. Department of Justice
Office of the Inspector General
950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20530
Additional COVID-19 Resources
Other Department of Justice Resources Related to COVID-19
For more information on the Department of Justice’s COVID-19 response, please visit www.justice.gov/coronavirus.
Federal Government COVID-19 Response
For the latest information on the federal government’s response to COVID-19, please visit www.coronavirus.gov.
* Due to reported instances of the unauthorized use of government phone numbers, please note that the OIG Hotline number is never used to make outgoing calls. If you receive a call from a number that appears on a caller ID system to have come from the OIG Hotline (800-869-4499), please do not respond, and notify the OIG Hotline immediately.
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