Helps children at risk by organising the work of children's reporters and children's hearings.
Information for victims and witnesses about the police investigation, the prosecution process, the Scottish Children's Reporter Administration and how to ask for information.
Information for witnesses of criminal, civil and Children’s Hearing court cases. Includes where to get support if you're worried about giving evidence, and special measures for vulnerable witnesses.
What happens when a young person is referred to the Children's Reporter.
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.
How to complain to the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration (SCRA) if you’re unhappy with their service.
Find contact details and opening times for your local Children’s Reporter office.
Who can help you if you need advice about a legal problem, such as debt, housing, benefits, employment, divorce or claims for money.
What happens if a child or young person gets in trouble with the police – includes the age of criminal responsibility and Children's Hearings.
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.