We look at concerns reported to us about firms or individuals we regulate and decide whether to investigate them.
How we get reports
Reports come to us from many sources:
- firms making reports about themselves or individuals who are or have been employed by them
- employees reporting the firm they work for
- firms or solicitors making reports about others in the profession
- clients of firms
- the police and the courts
- the Legal Ombudsman
- other regulators and MPs
We do not investigate every report we receive.
Resources and help
A report has been made about me or my firm
Find out how we deal with reports about you and your firm.
Supervision for small firms
Our new call-back service offers dedicated support for small firms to help them meet their regulatory obligations.
Other sources of help
You can access a broad range of help and guidance—for all firms—in the Resources area of our website.
Use www.sra.org.uk/supervision to link to this page.