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Procurator Fiscal, 70 St Peters Street, Peterhead.

Peterhead Procurator Fiscal

The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) is responsible for the prosecution of crime in Scotland.

Procurator FiscalAndy Shanks
Additional Information
For more information or to request additional arrangements to suit your needs, please contact our reception or Office Manager:

Procurator Fiscal Tel: 0300 020 3000
Procurator Fiscal Textphone Prefix: 18001
If you are a wheelchair user or have restricted mobility Parking facilities: There are no private parking facilities at this office. Road-side parking is available across the road from the office. The nearest drop kerb is directly in front of the office entrance. To request advice on parking for disabled access, please contact the office.
Approach to Main Entrance: There is clear and level access to then main entrance with a ramp and handrail. Assistance may be required to manage the doors as they are not automatic and there is no bell. Please knock on the door to alert staff or contact us prior to your arrival to make arrangements.
Door Width: Approximately 82cm
Approach to Reception Area: Our reception is on the ground floor and accessible from the main entrance. Assistance may be required to manage doors.
Low level counter There is seating available in our reception area. Please ask if you need extra assistance.
Approach to Interview / Conference Rooms: We have an interview room on the ground floor accessible from reception. Audible emergency alarms: continuous loud ring Our staff have a responsibility to ensure that they accompany any visitors during an emergency evacuation to the muster point designated in local Fire Evacuation Plans. Visitors must not be left unattended and should be accompanied at all times during an emergency evacuation until the all clear is given for re-entry to the building. Where appropriate a suitable emergency evacuation plan will be in place to ensure safe evacuation of disabled persons during an emergency situation. Please advise the local Office Manager if you have any special requirements.
If you have a visual impairment Colour definition: Where possible, our office uses colour definition to indicate changes in floor levels, doors, steps/stairs and emergency signs.
Written documents: We will try to make information available in a suitable format to meet your particular needs. To request correspondence and/or documents in your preferred accessible format, please contact our Office Manager.
Our office welcomes guide dogs: The dog’s comfort is your responsibility but we will provide a bowl of water on request.
If you have a hearing impairment Hearing Aid Users: We have a Hearing Induction Loop System in our reception area. We also have a mobile Hearing Induction Loop that can be used in our reception area or interview rooms. Lip Readers: Our staff are issued with good-practice guidance and we will make efforts to provide adequate lighting in any interview space to suit your needs.
Access to Sign Language interpreter: If you need us to have an interpreter available, you must let us know as soon as possible, so that we have enough time to arrange this. Please contact our Office Manager.
Textphone users: You can access our services by calling through the RNID Typetalk service using the prefix 18001. There are no public textphones in this office.
Emergency alarms: There are currently no visual or personal alarm systems in this office. Please advise our staff of your needs.
Accessible toilet and comfort facilities Public Toilets: There are no public toilets in this office. The nearest public and accessible toilets are next door at the Court House.
Access to refreshments: There are no public canteen or vending machine facilities in the building.


Opening hours

  • Monday
    8:45 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    8:45 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    8:45 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday
    8:45 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday
    9:00 AM - 4:45 PM
  • Saturday
  • Sunday