Contact the Office of the Public Guardian if you have concerns about:
Your concern could be about, for example, the misuse of money or decisions that are not in the best interests of the person they’re responsible for.
How to report
You can either:
You’ll usually get a quicker response if you use the form.
Either way, include in your report:
- the donor or client’s details (including full name, address and date of birth)
- the date you first noticed the concern
- any evidence you have to support the concern – for example, financial records
- what you know about the donor or client’s mental capacity, including copies of any mental capacity reports or names of who might have these
- your contact details
If you do not have all of this information, you can still report a concern.
After you make your report, the Office of the Public Guardian will then check if it has the legal authority to investigate.
Office of the Public Guardian
PO Box 16185
Other ways to report a concern
You can also contact:
Call 999 if someone is in immediate danger or your local police if you think someone has committed a criminal offence.