Our Inquiry Policy sets out what you, the charity, and the public can expect from us when you send a concern to OSCR.
Name of the charity (or body representing itself as a charity)
Scottish charity number, where applicable
Name (OSCR will accept anonymous concerns but this may restrict the action taken)
Address (including postcode)
Have you raised your concerns with the charity?
If yes, please provide details. If no, why not?
What is your relationship with the charity? (Employee, trustee, service user, etc)
When did the issue you are concerned about happen?
Please tell us the main points of your concern (Give enough information for us to understand each point.For example, dates and particulars of all parties involved, where appropriate)
What evidence do you have to support your concerns? (Please list below)
I declare that the information I have provided is true to the best of my knowledge
In asking us to consider your concern, you accept the way in which we work and our authority to come to a final decision in the matter. We will not provide updates, but when our inquiries are complete, we will write to let you know and tell you the outcome in general terms.