Legal tribunals that help young people with problems, such as they're not looked after properly or are in trouble with the police or their school.
If you need to go to court and you’re not sure what will happen, you can get support to help you feel ok about talking at court.
Information about staying safe online, including: social media, apps, online fraud, cyber bullying, deleting your browser history and reporting online crime to the police.
Advice and help if you’re a young person affected by crime, or their parent or guardian.
What happens when a Children's Hearing is sent to court – includes people in the courtroom, witnesses and what the sheriff can decide.
How to report a crime committed by a person under the age of 16, and what support is available.
Children's Panel members make decisions about how to help vulnerable children and young people.