The Judicial Commission of Victoria is an independent body established under the Constitution Act 1975 to investigate complaints about judicial officers and members of VCAT.

The transparent complaint process provided by the Commission aims to guard against any erosion in public confidence in the Victorian courts and VCAT and ensure the high standard of conduct the Victorian public expects of its judiciary is maintained.

The Commission can investigate complaints about the conduct or capacity of judicial officers and VCAT members, but not complaints about the correctness of a decision made by a judicial officer or VCAT member. 

Any member of the public or legal profession can make a complaint to the Commission.