If you need help with discrimination or believe you may be a victim of illegal discrimination, contact the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights for help. Ask to make a discrimination complaint. Call us at 1.800.292.5566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is how it works, and the following information will be fully explained to you when you contact us by telephone and ask to make a discrimination complaint:
Pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statues Chapter 344 (KRS 344), which is the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights is the state government enforcement authority of this law against discrimination. We take discrimination complaints from people who believe they are victims of discrimination that allegedly took place in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
When you contact us, the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights will take your complaint information and complete the appropriate complaint form for you. Then we will mail the complaint form to you. You must then sign the form if it is correct and have it notarized. Return it to us by mail. After we receive the signed and notarized complaint form from you, we can then formally file your complaint.
Once your complaint is formally filed, should you and the person(s) you are charging choose, we can help you to mediate the complaint in a meeting with you and the person(s) you are charging with unlawful discrimination. Housing complaints are not eligible for mediation.
Further Details About What to Expect During the Investigation of Your Complaint
This Document can be downloaded here: What to Expect During the Investigation of Your complaint.
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