When can the Ombudsman not investigate?

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The Ombudsman cannot investigate when the complaint has previously been heard by another tribunal or court, and examples of instances when the Ombudsman’s powers are limited, are: when another Ombudsman has statutory control of the matter, and when a complaint involves an allegation of fraud – this must be investigated by the police.

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