What we do
Exposing unlawful activities within the authorities
Police (Scotland) Angels has earned its positive reputation as we go to lengths to investigate if due procedures, Human Rights laws and SOP (Standard Operation Procedures) have been adhered to. First and foremost the individuals' welfare is our main concern.
We distribute B.U.S.T. packs, Human Rights cards and act as legal observers - watching Police Scotland watch you.
Educating men and women of their rights when caught up in police systems, council systems, care and NHS disputes, navigation of the Scottish court system and procedure, Data protection and subject access rights and Council tax disputes (this list is not exhaustive), informing them of their rights and effects under the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2016 and the 1995 Criminal Procedure Scotland Act. We assist individuals caught up in the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003, the 1995 Children's Scotland Act, the Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011, and the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (again this list is not exhaustive).
A Serious Crime in Common Law Doctrine So, what is the law regarding this matter?
EVERY PUBLIC SERVANT, WHETHER IT BE A POLICE CONSTABLE, DOCTOR, JUDICIAL ADJUDICATOR, TEACHER, OR COUNCIL EMPLOYEE, IS REMINDED OF THE COMMON LAW DOCTORINE.
A willful failure of duty (for example, by an officer of the Crown, the Judiciary, or the police) to uphold the law as it stands, is a crime under Common Law in Scotland.
It is a crime under common law for a public official, a person entrusted with an official situation of trust, to willfully neglect his/her duty, even where no question of danger to the public or to any person is involved.
Scandal-hit social work team send vulnerable child's details to wrong address and fail to fix blunder - Daily Record