Information Collection

As well as changing the Law, we would like to collect a broader understanding of the thoughts of families that have had to deal with sudden and suspicious deaths. We intend to make space on this website for those wanting a place to share their experience, ask for help or happy to give us information to develop an understanding of the scale of the problem in Scotland.

All information shared will remain confidential and no names will be shared with other parties.

Do you know any family who has had a bereavement classified as suicide or accidental death?

Would you please answer a few questions to help us build up a better profile of how families feel towards the quality and quantity of information they have had access to?

Questions

1. How many years ago did this person die?

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2. Was it classed as suicide or accident?

 Suicide Accident Other Don't Know

3. Were the family content with the authorities dealing with this loss?

 Yes No

4. Did the family feel they had been provided with enough information to feel satisfied with determination of death?

 Yes No

5. Can you please give the surname of the deceased

6. Do you want this case posted on our website?
Note: We must be able to contact you at the email address you provide below so we can establish authenticity.

 Yes No

7. Please provide a valid email address

Any additional information you wish to provide or messages or comments you want to leave