Dear Angus Council,
Please can you provide the current/latest organisational structure for Childrens Services and Adult Social Care teams – including the names and job titles of all mid and senior management.
Also, could you please provide the names and job titles of those who are responsible for the Commissioning of services for Adult Social Care and Childrens Services.
Dear Mr Jones
Request for Information
Thank you for your request for information dated 13 January 2020 (received
by the Council that same day) which has been passed to me for attention.
You have requested the following information:
Please can you provide the current/latest organisational structure for
Childrens Services and Adult Social Care teams – including the names and
job titles of all mid and senior management.
Also, could you please provide the names and job titles of those who are
responsible for the Commissioning of services for Adult Social Care and
Please see the attached files in .pdf format regarding Children, Families
and Justice services and Adult Services.
With regards to the names of chief officers, I would refer you to the
Phone: 03452 777 778; Email: [email address]
The personal details of staff below Chief Officer level are exempt from
release under Section 38(1)(b) and Section 38(2A)(a) of the Freedom of
Information (Scotland) Act 2002 as it is personal information about
another individual. The Council is unable to release personal information
about another individual where this would breach the Data Protection
Principles as officers below Chief Officer level have the legitimate
interest and reasonable expectation that their details are not made
available to the public at large or published on the internet.
I hope that this information is of some help to you. Please note that the
information contained in this reply is believed to be accurate as of
today's date (unless otherwise indicated) but no warranty is given.
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