Collective relaxation processes are completely undetectable in a ferroelectric liquid crystal confined in porous Anopore membranes, as a result of perfect orientation of the smectic layers perpendicular both to the long axis of the pores and the direction of the measuring electric field. In the ferroelectric liquid crystal - Anopore composite only one relaxation process, assigned to rotation of the molecule around the molecular short axis, appears throughout all smectic phases. The temperature dependence of the relaxation frequency and of the dielectric strength of this process also shows no irregularity at the point of polarization sign reversal. The temperature dependence of the relaxation frequency follows the Arrhenius law with an activation energy slightly higher in the ferroelectric SmC* phase. Analysis of the non-linear changes of temperature dependence of the dielectric strength at the SmA-SmC* phase transition enables one to obtain the temperature dependence of the tilt angle of the molecules in the SmC* phase in the Anopore membrane. Dielectric measurements confirm the existence of the tilted smectic phase in Anopore cylindrical channels with no tilt anomaly at the point of polarization sign reversal.