The Office is committed to delivering quality service in an efficient, effective and timely manner. We aim to provide high quality services to customers as stated in our Customer Charter and to continually improve the standard of the service we provide. The Customer Service Action Plan will support the implementation of service commitments given in our Customer Charter.
As a customer you may be dissatisfied with the quality of service you received from the Office. We recognise that mistakes can be made and delays occur. Our Complaint Procedures are designed to assist you in making a complaint so that we can respond and, where possible, put things right.
Our Customer Service documents have been developed to give effect to this commitment. This is a separate regime from that dealing with complaints regarding breaches of Company Law. To make a comment or complaint relating to Customer Service, you can use the form designed for that purpose, and there is also a form requesting a Review should you be dissatisfied with the handling of your complaint.
Frequently Asked Questions
ODCE encourages the public to visit the extended FAQs (frequently asked questions) section of website for information before contacting the Office.
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