Contact information

Mailing address

P.O. Box 20, FI-00023 Government, Finland

Street address

Snellmaninkatu 1 A, Helsinki

You can bring your complaint personally to the Government’s distribution centre at Ritarikatu 2 B, 00170 Helsinki. 

Tel.

+358 (0)295 16001 (Government switchboard)

Fax

+358 9 1602 3975

E-mail addresses

[email protected]

Management of the Office of the Chancellor of Justice

  • Mr. Tuomas Pöysti, Chancellor of Justice
  • Mr. Mikko Puumalainen, Deputy Chancellor of Justice
  • Ms. Tuula Majuri, Secretary General

Department heads

  • Department for Government Affairs: Ms. Maija Salo
  • Department for Legal Supervision: Mr. Petri Martikainen
  • Administrative Unit: Ms. Tuula Majuri

Registry

The registry receives complaints and documents. The registry provides information on the processing of complaints and responds to requests for documents.

Complaint documents and additional documents to complaints are sent to the registry for example by e-mail. Read more about how to file a complaint.

The authorities also send reports and other documents to the registry’s e-mail address.

The e-mail system cannot receive attachments that are too large. The maximum total size of attachments in a single e-mail is 10 MB.

Confidential or otherwise sensitive information should not be sent by regular email. The Government’s secure mail can be used to send encrypted e-mails. Read more about the secure mail service (turvaviesti.gov.fi).

Under legislation, the risk of delivery of an electronic message containing confidential or sensitive information is borne by the sender (Section 8 of the Act on Electronic Services and Communication in the Public Sector, 13/2003).

The registry will send you a confirmation on the receipt of an electronically submitted complaint or document. 

Communications

E-mail address: [email protected]

On questions related to complaints and requests for documents, please contact the registry. Any messages sent to the e-mail address [email protected] will not be filed or handled as complaints, but rather as feedback concerning the communications unit.