Appropriate way to raise concerns about Chief Executive, Monitoring Officer and 151 Officer - MK II

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fFaudwAtch UK (Account suspended)

Dear Department for Communities and Local Government,

Note: This request was submitted 16 June 2016 and so is overdue a response.

Please disclose the relevant information held by DCLG that would inform an aggrieved taxpayer of his most appropriate avenue for raising concerns about the negligence of the officers who are appointed to the following statutory roles within a local authority:

i) Chief Executive

ii) Monitoring Officer

iii) 151 Officer

Yours faithfully,

fFaudwAtch UK

fFaudwAtch UK (Account suspended)

Dear Department for Communities and Local Government,

Response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Department for Communities and Local Government should have responded by now.

Yours faithfully,

fFaudwAtch UK

fFaudwAtch UK (Account suspended)

Dear Department for Communities and Local Government,

Further to my 7 October email, the response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Department for Communities and Local Government should have responded by now.

P.S. Would the following be along the lines of appropriately raising concerns?

"A police inquiry ( http://tinyurl.com/htcy7gp ) has been prompted by allegations of Misconduct in Public Office levelled against two of NELC's senior Officers ( http://tinyurl.com/z28hj29 )."

Yours faithfully,

fFaudwAtch UK

Neil Gilliatt (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

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P.S. Would the following be along the lines of appropriately raising concerns?

"A police inquiry ( http://tinyurl.com/htcy7gp ) has been prompted by allegations of Misconduct in Public Office levelled against two of NELC's senior Officers ( http://tinyurl.com/z28hj29 )."
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If it was an appropriate way of raising concerns it wasn't very effective.
http://tinyurl.com/htyfhzq

William Benn left an annotation ()

The Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2015 set out a revised process which councils must follow in taking disciplinary action against a Chief Executive, a Monitoring Officer, or a Chief Finance (151) Officer.

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2015/...

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