WBC - AKA Report and Martin Smith Report - Recommendations Action Plan

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Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,

The council has previously published its action plan to deal with the outstanding issues raised by the AKA Independent Investigation and the Martin Smith Report into bullying and harrassment.

Please disclose the latest version of the action plan with any updated timeframes, completed actions or actions still outstanding.

Yours faithfully,

Pete Sheffield

Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council's handling of my FOI request 'WBC - AKA Report and Martin Smith Report - Recommendations Action Plan'.

This request is now late.

Yours faithfully,

Pete Sheffield

Corrin, Jane, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

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From: Corrin, Jane
Sent: 23 October 2013 13:49
To: '[FOI #118438 email]'
Cc: InfoMgr, FinDMT
Subject: AKA Report and Martin Smith Report - Recommendations Action Plan
Importance: High


Good Afternoon,

Thank you for enquiry below.  Please accept our apologies for the length
of time there has been in receiving your enquiry, your request for an
internal review; and our response to you.  Please treat this reply and the
attached documents as our response to your request for an Internal Review.
  As previously disclosed, a number of Improvements were put in place at
Wirral Council under an Improvement Plan.  The plan sought to be an
overarching one which addresses aspects of Council service areas and
delivery.  The plan also sought to address some of the issues in the
Action Points, raised in the AKA and Martin Smith Reports. 



Please also see item 77 here.


I hope the attached information is useful to you.


Kind Regards

Jane Corrin

Information and Central Services Manager

Transformation and Resources

Wirral Council



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