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Make a complaint about a county councilllor

If you are unhappy about the way a Member of the County Council has behaved you may complain to John Tradewell who is our Monitoring Officer. Complaints can be submitted in writing to:

John Tradewell
Director of Corporate Services and Solicitor to the Council
1 Staffordshire Place
Stafford
ST16 2DH

Alternatively you can fill in our complaints form:

What your complaint should include 

You complaint should include all of the points:

  • Details of who you are and how to contact you
  • The name of the County Councillor(s) you are complaining about
  • Details of what your complaint is about
  • Details (copies if available) of any supporting documents or evidence

Please note: If you make a complaint, you should be aware that we are unlikely to be able to keep your identity confidential.

 How we will deal with your complaint

Further information

If you would like to discuss this before making a complaint, please contact our Monitoring Officer, John Tradewell, Director of Corporate Services and Solicitor to the Council.

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