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Office Notice: 01/01/2021 – SCOAF staff are still working remotely. If you need to contact us, please phone and leave a voicemail, or send an email to our contact mailbox, and our Enquiries Team will contact you back within 2 working days.

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My first three months as the Ombudsman

I officially took up my post on 8 February, and I can hardly believe we are already two months on from that point. The end of the financial year is now upon us – a time when many organisations are looking to the future, and making plans for what the coming months will bring. SCOAF […]

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Mariette Hughes appointed as the new Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces

The Ministry of Defence has appointed Mariette Hughes as the new Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces. The Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces provides independent and impartial oversight of the Service complaints system – the internal workplace grievance system for members of the UK Armed Forces. The Ombudsman is required to report […]

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Nicola Williams – My last blog as Ombudsman

This has been a hard blog for me to write. It’s my last one before I demit office at the end of the year, and there is a lot more to be said that can be captured in a few hundred words. How can I begin to capture here what it has meant to be […]

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Coronavirus update

Post In line with Government guidance, our office building is now closed, so we have no access to our post. This means there will be a delay in processing incoming post so please continue to send applications and documents to us electronically by email to our contact mailbox: contact@scoaf.org.uk or the investigator handling your complaint. […]

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Black History Month (BHM)

This month, our blog is being written by Dr Vivienne Connell-Hall – one of our Senior Investigators. What does BHM mean to me?  For me, BHM means that for 31 days out of 365 days of the year there is an opportunity for focussing on Black historical input and achievement, in the United Kingdom.  Paradoxically, […]

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