If you have a concern about the way a council service is being provided or the behaviour of one or more of our employees you can report your concern to us. There are different ways to do this depending on the type of concern you have.
In general, your concerns should be raised as a complaint. You can do this on the Standards, complaints, appeals and objections page.
If your concern relates to the safety or wellbeing of a child, further information on how to report you concern can be found on our Keeping children safe in North Lincolnshire page.
If your concern relates to the safety or wellbeing of an adult, visit our Worried about an adult page.
If your concern relates to potential criminal behaviour by an employee (such as fraud, theft, corruption) visit our Fraud and corruption page.
If your concern is about health and safety (including food safety) in a workplace within North Lincolnshire visit our Workplace and public safety page for more information. If you are an employee who wishes to report a concern about your own employer, the council are a prescribed body to receive such reports. As an employee, your report may be covered by the Public Interest Disclosure Act that provides certain protections to employees who report concerns.
The council are also a prescribed body in relation to the reporting of concerns about compliance with consumer protection legislation. More information can be found on our Trading Standards page.