Reporting a Complaint

Reporting to Police

If you’re being harassed and you feel you're in danger you should contact the police on 999.  For non-emergencies call 101.  You can contact them directly at www.scotland.police.uk or contact your local community team. There is a specific form available for reporting stalking.

If you work within the Scottish Parliament building, there is a dedicated Police Unit that you can contact directly to report a crime or incident in the strictest confidence. You can make contact either by phoning 0131 348 5126 or emailing PoliceUnit@parliament.scot.

Reporting to Officials

 

 

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Dignity at Work

SPCB's Dignity at Work Policy to deal with harassment, bullying, discrimination and victimisation.

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Code of Conduct for MSPs

The Code of Conduct provides a set of principles and standards for Members of the Scottish Parliament.

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Complaints

How to make a complaint and how this is handled by the Scottish Parliament

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The How-to-Guide (MSP Staff Handbook)

Guide for staff employed by MSPs, including information about raising concerns or complaints.

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