Disclosure Scheme for Domestic Abuse Scotland
The Disclosure Scheme for Domestic Abuse Scotland is a way for people to ask the police if someone has a history of domestic abuse.
If you are worried that you or someone else may be at risk from an individual who has or may have committed domestic abuse in the past you can contact the police. They will discuss your concerns and think about whether you should be given more information to help protect yourself or the person who is in the relationship with the individual you are concerned about.
Ways to request information
- visit a police office
- speak to a member of the police on the street
- complete the Police Scotland secure online form
- phone the 101 non-emergency line for the police.