Remote Reporting

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Remote reporting offers victims or witnesses to domestic abuse, or any person who has concerns for a victim of domestic abuse, the opportunity to report incidents at a remote reporting site, in a confidential and supportive environment.

Remote reporting sites provide suitably trained staff who can take your report.  You can remain anonymous if you wish.  If you supply your personal details these will be treated with the strictest confidence, however in circumstances where there is a risk of significant harm or child protection concerns, these may be shared with partner agencies.

On receipt of this report Police Scotland will:

  • Ensure the safety and wellbeing of victims, their families and any other person present.
  • Conduct a thorough investigation of all incidents, securing all available evidence and take appropriate action.
  • Actively pursue offenders so they can be held accountable through the criminal justice system.

A number of locations have been identified where you can go to report domestic abuse.  These remote reporting sites are listed in the linked files section below.

If it is not possible for you to visit a remote reporting site, you can download a form below and post it to the Domestic Abuse Team based in your local area:

If you would like more information on becoming a site or would be able to publicise or promote remote reporting, please contact the Domestic Abuse Team in your area.

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