Northampton Borough Council: Ms. Katerina Monkhouse And Mr. Nigel Stock


 

Northampton Borough Council: Ms. Katerina Monkhouse And Mr. Nigel Stock.

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Ms Monkhouse is also the Area Manager for children in care.  Shortly after speaking with Ms Monkhouse informing her of what I did find, I receive an email from her informing me she is now leaving.  Social Worker Miss Laura Bonner played same stunt too. All she did was move to different department.

Can you understand why when you complain about their service why your complaint goes nowhere, because you are complaining to the service provider, who claims to be independent and is also employed by the council. There is no way they want to pay anybody damages even though they are insured. So when a foster child or a parent does make a complaint, the first thing the council does is to bury the complaint, because this is their business.
See on northamptoncouncil.blogspot.co.uk

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