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Scottish Information Commissioner

considers appeals from anyone who has made a request for information to a Scottish public authority and is dissatisfied with the outcome.

Jurisdiction: Scotland
Membership Type: Complaint Handler Member

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Scottish Legal Complaints Commission

We are the first point of contact for all complaints about lawyers in Scotland. Each year, more than 2,000 people contact us about problems with a lawyer. We receive complaints about all sorts of legal services, from buying and selling houses to criminal law. We are an independent body and we will be fair and impartial when we consider your complaint. Our service is free.

Jurisdiction: Scotland
Membership Type: Complaint Handler Member

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Scottish Public Services Ombudsman

provides a 'one-stop-shop' for individuals making complaints about organisations providing public services in Scotland. We deal with complaints about councils, housing associations, the National Health Service, the Scottish Executive and its agencies and departments, colleges and universities and most Scottish public authorities. Complaints can be made directly to us. You can visit our office, call or text us, write to us, or fill out our online complaint form. Our service is independent, impartial and free.

Jurisdiction: Scotland
Membership Type: Ombudsman Member

For contact details visit the website.


Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces

The role of the Service Complaints Ombudsman is to provide independent and impartial scrutiny of the handling of Service complaints made by members of the UK Armed Forces. The Ombudsman is the successor to the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces.

Jurisdiction: UK
Membership Type: Ombudsman Member

For contact details visit the website.


States of Jersey Administrative Appeals System

allows any person who is aggrieved by a decision of a Committee or Department of the States of Jersey to apply to the Greffier of the States for a review by a Board of Administrative Appeal. Each Board consists of three independent persons drawn from a Panel of persons appointed by the States. If a Board upholds the complaint it can request the relevant Minister or Department to reconsider the matter.

Jurisdiction: Jersey
Membership Type: Complaint Handler Member

For contact details visit the website.


Browse the A-Z list of members (by name):
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

Scottish Information Commissioner

considers appeals from anyone who has made a request for information to a Scottish public authority and is dissatisfied with the outcome.

Jurisdiction: Scotland
Membership Type: Complaint Handler Member

For contact details visit the website.


Scottish Legal Complaints Commission

We are the first point of contact for all complaints about lawyers in Scotland. Each year, more than 2,000 people contact us about problems with a lawyer. We receive complaints about all sorts of legal services, from buying and selling houses to criminal law. We are an independent body and we will be fair and impartial when we consider your complaint. Our service is free.

Jurisdiction: Scotland
Membership Type: Complaint Handler Member

For contact details visit the website.


Scottish Public Services Ombudsman

provides a 'one-stop-shop' for individuals making complaints about organisations providing public services in Scotland. We deal with complaints about councils, housing associations, the National Health Service, the Scottish Executive and its agencies and departments, colleges and universities and most Scottish public authorities. Complaints can be made directly to us. You can visit our office, call or text us, write to us, or fill out our online complaint form. Our service is independent, impartial and free.

Jurisdiction: Scotland
Membership Type: Ombudsman Member

For contact details visit the website.


Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces

The role of the Service Complaints Ombudsman is to provide independent and impartial scrutiny of the handling of Service complaints made by members of the UK Armed Forces. The Ombudsman is the successor to the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces.

Jurisdiction: UK
Membership Type: Ombudsman Member

For contact details visit the website.


States of Jersey Administrative Appeals System

allows any person who is aggrieved by a decision of a Committee or Department of the States of Jersey to apply to the Greffier of the States for a review by a Board of Administrative Appeal. Each Board consists of three independent persons drawn from a Panel of persons appointed by the States. If a Board upholds the complaint it can request the relevant Minister or Department to reconsider the matter.

Jurisdiction: Jersey
Membership Type: Complaint Handler Member

For contact details visit the website.


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