Can I file an anonymous complaint and request that my identity not be revealed to the person about whom I am complaining?

You may contact the Commissioner even if you do not intend to file a formal complaint. The Commissioner will do everything possible, including – with your consent – talking to the person against whom you have complained, without disclosing your identity. However, unless you consent to testify before the disciplinary tribunal, that person cannot be brought before the tribunal or punished. If you wish not to be exposed, the Commissioner will not disclose your identity without your consent. Even an anonymous complaint may be beneficial, since the harasser will be warned (however, in the case of a complaint in which the very conversation with the harasser will expose your identity, the harasser cannot be summoned to an inquiry without your consent to reveal your identity).