There are many other organisations which provide advice or support to Service personnel, former personnel and their families. Here are links to some of them.
- Citizens Advice
- Combat Stress
- Local Government Ombudsman
- Royal Air Force Community Support
- Royal British Legion
- SSAFA – the Armed Forces charity.
Raising concerns about wrongdoing and malpractice at work
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has a confidential hotline that allows personnel to raise a concern where they believe someone has, is, is going to, is asking them to, or is covering up wrongdoing against the MOD that:
- goes against the Values and Standards of the Services or Civil Service Code, or is illegal;
- endangers others or places the health and safety of people at risk;
- places our property, assets and money at risk through theft, fraud, or negligence
The Confidential Hotline can be contacted in one of the following ways:
- Telephone: 0800 161 3665 (UK) or +44 1371 85 4881 (Overseas)
- Email: email@example.com
The Confidential Hotline is not to be used to raise queries about Service complaints.
The Whistleblowing and Raising a Concern policy can be accessed on the MOD intranet.
The Service Complaints Ombudsman is not responsible for the content of other websites that it links to.