Officer complaints process 'counts for nothing', says ALACE

By Dan Peters | 21 July 2020

The new regime created to sort out allegations against senior council officers has been shown to ‘count for nothing,’ the trade union representing chief executives has claimed.

Honorary secretary of the Association of Local Authority Chief Executives (ALACE), Ian Miller, spoke out after South Ribble BC’s chief executive was dismissed with immediate effect for alleged ‘serious misconduct’ at a behind-closed-doors meeting of the council.

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