Twenty complaints have been made against Isle of Man police officers in the past year.
More than half of those lodged in the year to the end of March, were for alleged Abuse of Authority.
Six complaints have been substantiated, nine are still ongoing.
The figures from the Police Complaints Commissioner will be presented to Tynwald next week.
Chief Contable Mike Langdon says poor conduct by a small number of officers has been dealt with.
And he says the Island has a robust system to deal with complaints against the police.