Consumer rights and complaints
Consumer protection and rights for goods and services – includes staying safe online and refunds.
Police and prosecutions
Your rights if you're arrested or charged with a crime, stop and search, police and procurator fiscal warnings, fines and complaints.
Complain about the press or media
How to make a complaint about an article in the press, or a TV or radio programme.
Data sharing of personal information
Why organisations may sometimes need to share your personal information.
Drinking alcohol in public places
Your local council has its own set of rules (byelaws) on where you can and can't drink in public places.
Get information from a Scottish public authority (FOI request)
How to send a Freedom of Information request to get information from public authorities.
Advice for Gypsy Travellers on access to services, eviction rights and discrimination.
How to report a possible abuse of your human rights
If you feel your human rights have been abused, there are many ways you can report it.
License an air weapon
Anyone who owns or uses an airgun needs to have a licence.
Sheriff officer powers when they visit your home or business
Your rights when sheriff officers visit your home or business – includes proof of identity, forcing entry and complaints.
What are my human rights?
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world simply because they are human.