Privacy Policy

Scottish Murders is committed to protecting your privacy. Any personal information that we collect on our website,, will be stored and used in accordance with this Privacy Policy, effective from 13 January 2021.

Here we will let you know what information you submit to our website that we collect and how we will use it.  We will ensure that any personal information we obtain will be held and processed in accordance with applicable data protection laws and regulations.   

We will not share personal information publicly or with third parties, unless permission has been explicitly given, or where required to by law.

On our Suggest a Case and Contact pages, your personal details such as your name and email address will be limited to being used for responding to any enquiries and requesting any additional information regarding a case.  Whilst we endeavour to securely protect your personal information, due to the nature of the internet, it is not possible to absolutely guarantee the security of your personal information that we have collected. may link to external sites that are not operated by us. We do not have any control over the content or practices of these websites, and cannot be held responsible or liable for their respective privacy policies.

You can at any time request to see what personal information we may be storing about you, request information be corrected if inaccurate, be deleted from our records, you would like a copy of this information or if you have any other questions pertaining to the handling of your data or personal information, then you may do so by emailing us at

Your continued use of our website will be regarded as acceptance of our practices around privacy and personal information, including any updates to this privacy policy.


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COPPA Compliance

Regarding the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, is not aimed at children, and personal information from children under the age of 13 would not be sought. For parents needing to request access or amend data relating to your children, email