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Give us your feedback

Learning about your experience at your hearing – good or bad – is important to us. It helps us to make hearings better for everyone.

We know sometimes you may not agree with the decision made by the panel at your hearing. It can be difficult and upsetting, but Panel Members make decisions that they think are best for you at this time.

How was your hearing?

Give us feedback as a young person form.

You can fill in this form (click above).

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You can ask an adult to help you contact us (see below).

What does Children's Hearings Scotland do?

Young people are at the heart of everything we do. We want every young person in Scotland to feel empowered, and to know we listen to you.

Learn more about who we are and what we do. You can also learn more about your hearing.

Can I appeal against a decision?

A hearing is a legal tribunal. We cannot do anything about the decision.

But you can appeal against it within 21 days. Learn more about appeals.

Make a complaint

You might feel uncomfortable about something that happened at your hearing. It is OK to make a complaint if you want to.

Learn more about how you can contact us. We will investigate what you tell us carefully and let you know what has happened.