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Grievance Procedures
Grievance Procedure 
Any person(s), or organization can file a complaint alleging discrimination with the Brookings Human Rights Commission (BHRC). The complaint may be filed at a regularly scheduled meeting of the BHRC or be delivered in person or by mail to individual commission members. Regularly scheduled BHRC meetings are held at the Brookings City Hall and are open to the public.

Complaints should be in writing and include:
  1. Full name, address and telephone number; 
  2. A brief statement describing the date, place, time, witnesses and nature of the alleged discrimination; 
  3. What remedy is sought by the complainant(s). 

NOTE: To be valid a complaint must be filed within 180 days of the most recent date of the alleged discriminatory act(s). Complaints may also be filed concurrently at the state and federal levels. 

As a public service the BHRC has published grievance procedures dealing with various types of discrimination. 

The entire grievance procedures are available below, at Brookings City Hall, the Brookings Public Library and Briggs (SDSU) Library.




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