Recorded complaints against Hampshire Police have risen by 26% according to new figures.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission says it received 819 comments against the force, but says officers are dealing with incidents faster than the national average.
Kent, Sussex and Thames Valley all saw a fall in the number they received.
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