Complaint Investigation

  • MDCR's Role

    MDCR investigates complaints to determine whether unlawful discrimination occurred. While investigating a complaint, MDCR is impartial and does not act as an advocate or representative for either party.

File a Complaint of Discrimination

  • File a Complaint

    If you believe someone has discriminated against you in any of the areas protected by law, you or your representative may contact us for assistance. Contact may be made by telephone, in person, by US mail or by email. If you contact us by US mail or email, please include your name, address, and a telephone number where you can be reached during the day. A civil rights representative will answer your questions and advise you about filing a complaint or offer you other alternatives, as appropriate, to address your concern. You can file a complaint online here.

MDCR Jurisdiction

  • MDCR Jurisdiction

    The Michigan Department of Civil Rights enforces two state laws: The Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act #453, Public Acts of 1976, as amended and The Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act #220, Public Acts 1976, as amended