Jersey is considering appointing an ombudsman to deal with complaints about public services in the island.
The proposal would replace the States of Jersey Complaints Panel, which was established to deal with complaints about a decision by any Minister or Government department.
Last year the States Assembly agreed, in principle, to appointing an ombudsman.
The government is now asking islanders to have their say as part of a 12 week consultation.
Islanders can complete an online survey or attend one of two public meetings at St Paul's Centre on Monday 9 September at 1pm or Tuesday 10 September at 6pm.