We are committed to the highest standards of openness and accountability. We expect employees and the public, who are seriously worried about any aspect of the Council's work to come forward and voice their concerns.
Whether you are an employee or a member of the public, you might be the first to realise that there may be something seriously wrong within the Council.
This policy aims to encourage and enable employees and the public to raise concerns within the Council rather than overlooking a problem.
This policy also explains how you can raise a concern without fear of victimisation, subsequent discrimination or disadvantage.