Appeal against a listing decision
If you're unhappy about being listed as unsuitable to work with children and/or protected adults, you can appeal against the listing to a sheriff.
This must be done within 3 months of Disclosure Scotland's decision to list you.
You will remain barred from relevant regulated work until the appeal is decided.
You can find your local sheriff court below:
If the sheriff thinks you are unsuitable for regulated work, the listing will remain in place. If the sheriff thinks you are suitable for regulated work, you will be removed from the list.
If you disagree with the sheriff's decision, you can appeal against it to the sheriff principal. Disclosure Scotland can also appeal the decision if they disagree with it. Contact your local sheriff court for information on how to make this appeal.
The sheriff principal's decision is final unless they allow an appeal to the Inner House of the Court of Session. The decision of the Inner House is final.
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