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Office of Inspector General

Contact Information

Robert A. Munson

Inspector General

2737 Centerview Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3100

(850) 921-6344
(850) 414-7182

Reporting Complaints

Complaints concerning the delivery of services, safety, or security at a DJJ facility or program should be immediately reported to the Central Communications Center. All other complaints can be reported to the Bureau of Investigations.

Incident/Complaint Hotline: (800) 355-2280

Complaints can also be:

  • Faxed to the Office of Inspector General at (850) 414-7182;
  • E-mailed to OIG.Complaints@djj.state.fl.us; or
  • Mailed to the:
  • Department of Juvenile Justice
    Office of Inspector General
    2737 Centerview Drive
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-3100

The thoroughness of investigations and reviews of complaints can be significantly impacted by the information you provide. Please provide as much detailed information as possible. Though it is not required, providing your name and contact information is helpful so staff can contact you about the complaint.

Report Waste, Fraud, and Abuse, please contact the

Whistle-blower Hotline at 1-800-543-5353





Enhancing Public Trust in Government


Provide independent oversight, through objective and timely investigative services, to ensure the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and its partners maintain the highest level of integrity, accountability and efficiency.


  • Leadership
  • Professionalism
  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Accountability
  • Communication
  • Teamwork


  • Promote economy and efficiency in agency programs and operations, and to prevent and detect fraud and abuse;
  • Provide direction for and coordinating audits, investigations, and management reviews relating to the programs and operations of the agency;
  • Recommend corrective action concerning fraud, abuses, weaknesses, and deficiencies and report on the progress made in implementing corrective action;
  • Advise in the development of performance measures, standards, and procedures for the evaluation of agency programs; reviewing actions taken by the agency to improve program performance and meet program standards; and
  • Ensure an appropriate balance is maintained between audit, investigations, and other accountability activities.


Pursuant to Section 20.055, Florida Statutes (F.S.), Agency Inspectors General, each state agency is required to have an Office of Inspector General (OIG). The purpose of the OIG is to "provide a central point for coordination of the responsibility for activities that promote accountability, integrity, and efficiency in government."

In DJJ the OIG achieves this statutory directive through four operational areas: