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Inspectors due to report on Dundee veterans' home

Image caption The Care Inspectorate has carried out a number of unscheduled inspections at Rosendael House

The Care Inspectorate for Scotland has completed its onsite investigation at a Dundee military veterans' home, after complaints about care standards.

Unannounced visits were made at Rosendael House in Broughty Ferry by inspectors looking into allegations of bullying and harrassment.

Once the results of the visits are reviewed, they will be made public.

The investigation followed the death of 38-year-old Mark Forrest at the site in August.

A spokesman for the Care Inspectorate said their teams made a number of unscheduled visits to Rosendael House, run by Scottish Veterans' Residences, to witness first hand the quality of care.

He added: "They spent several days at Rosendael, witnessing first-hand the standards delivered by the service and speaking in private with the residents and with staff.

"This phase of our investigation is now complete and inspectors are now in the process of reviewing key documents and assimilating a range of other information presented to us.

"As soon as this process has been completed the results shall be made public."

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