The USFK Inspector General provides responsive assistance to soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, guardians, DoD civilians, family members, military retirees, and invited contractors needing assistance resolving matters of DoD interest. The IG does encourage the use of the chain of command and supervisory chain of management as a first option; however, we recognize that may not always be feasible. Our team will assist you with determining the best course of action to resolve your concerns.
Filing a complaint with one of our IGs may be done in several ways. You may visit our office, give us a call, or send us an email with a completed DD Form 2949 (Joint Inspector General Action Request).
Confidentiality is an IG core tenet and we strive to protect your identity from disclosure throughout the process.
IG complaints may be filed anonymously but should contain enough detail to allow concerns to be examined rather than dismissed for insufficient information.
Not all matters presented to the IG are appropriate for the IG. Some concerns and civilian grievances must be resolved in other channels unless they were improperly administered. Our team can assist you with the appropriate avenue of redress.
The following are examples of matters that are NOT appropriate for the IG for your reference:
||Avenue of Redress
|Conditions of employment (personnel policies, personnel office practices and matters affecting working conditions)
||Servicing Civilian Personnel Office
||Military Personnel Office
|Hazardous working conditions
||Local Safety Office
|Landlord or tenant disputes
||Local Housing Office
|Claims against the government
||Staff Judge Advocate
|Military Records and Performance Reports
||Military Service Human Resource Command