Who to Contact and How to Complain
If you have any further questions about your rights, please contact the relevant authority:
Keep law and order, protect members of the public and their property, and stop, detect and investigate crime
101 (non-emergency), 999 or 112 (emergency)
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
Get reports about crimes from the police and then decide what action to take, including whether to prosecute someone, and ask prosecution witnesses to come to court
Telephone: 0300 020 3000
Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service:
Support the judges, and enable court cases to be heard.
0131 444 3455
Scottish Prison Service
Manage offenders and give information to victims who are on the Victim Notification Scheme, including when an offender is due for release.
0131 330 3500
Parole Board for Scotland
Assess the risk which an offender will pose in the community if released, and consider victim representations under the Victim Notification Scheme.
0131 244 8373
If you are a victim of crime and you think any of your rights have been breached by an organisation, you can make a complaint. The organisations will tell you how to complain on their websites.
Further information about your rights after a crime can be found at mygov.scot/victim-rights-scotland