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Complain about a councillor

Complain about a councillor

Member Conduct 

The Council is committed to promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct amongst its Members and has adopted a Code of Conduct setting out the conduct it expects of its Members as they carry out that role.

Making a complaint 

If you wish to make a complaint about the behaviour of a Buckinghamshire County Councillor, please complete the online form or email or write to:

The Monitoring Officer
County Hall
Buckinghamshire County Council
Walton Street
Aylesbury
HP20 1UA

Email monitoringofficer@buckscc.gov.uk

The Monitoring Officer is the senior member of the Council’s staff who has responsibility for administering the system in respect of complaints about member conduct.

Please note:

  • Only written complaints will be considered
  • The Council will require a name and a contact address or email address to acknowledge receipt of the complaint and keep you informed of progress. The Council does not normally investigate anonymous complaints, unless there is a clear public interest in doing so
  • Only in very exceptional cases will the Council be able to progress a complaint to an investigation without disclosing the identity of the complainant to the Member
  • If the complaint is primarily about a corporate decision or a service complaint, it will be referred for handling under the Council’s general complaints procedure

A copy of the Council’s arrangements for dealing with Code of Conduct complaints is available in the downloads below.

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