The police or procurator fiscal can give you a warning, penalty notice or another alternative to prosecution (direct measure) if you're accused of a crime.
How to complain about the police using their procedure or by contacting the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner.
How to make a complaint about an article in the press, or a TV or radio programme.
Consumer protection and rights for goods and services – includes staying safe online and refunds.
Contact the police by calling 999 to report emergencies or by calling 101 for non-emergencies.
Ask your local police to give you a copy of the information they hold about you.
Advice for gypsy travellers on access to services, eviction rights and discrimination.
Visit GOV.UK to find out what the Foreign and Commonwealth Office can do to help British nationals who are arrested abroad.
If you feel your human rights have been abused, there are many ways you can report it.
Anyone who owns or uses an airgun needs to have a licence.
How to deal with unwanted and unsolicited phone calls.
Includes how to pay a court fine, what could happen if you don't pay a fine and what to do if you can't pay it.
Information about what happens if you're stopped and searched by police, and what your rights are.
Your rights when sheriff officers visit your home or business – includes proof of identity, forcing entry and complaints.
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world simply because they are human.
Find out about your rights as someone needing care.
Your rights if you're stopped by the police while driving – motoring offences, faults with your vehicle, stolen property.