If you have an issue with a public agency, a Department of a City or County Government, school districts or special districts. (See a partial list of agencies here) You can file a formal complaint with the Grand Jury. You can contact the Grand Jury through mail, phone, fax, and email.
The Grand Jury responds to the suggestions and complaints from citizens about issues the jury should investigate. Every suggestion is reviewed by the Grand Jury, and may be assigned to one of the jury’s committees for consideration and/or investigation. Though the jury cannot investigate every issue, every complaint is duly considered. All complaints received by the Grand Jury are treated confidentially. The Grand Jury’s records may not be inspected nor subpoenaed. All Grand Jury investigations and interviews are kept confidential.