Do you have comments on a chief guardian? You may file complaints and comments to us at the County Administrative Board.
All municipalities have a chief guardian and a guardian committee supervising guardians, custodians and trustees. The County Administrative Board carry out inspections on a regular basis at the chief guardian. At the inspections we review if the chef guardian’s proceedings comply with laws and regulations and are carried out in a legally secure and appropriate manner. We may also review a chief guardian after, for example, receiving a complaint.
Complaints or comments
To file complaints or comments on a chief guardian, you may call, e-mail or send a letter to the County Administrative Board.
If you have comments on a guardian, custodian or trustee, please contact the municipality’s chief guardian. We do not supervise guardians, custodians or trustees.
What happens after I have filed complaints or comments?
- When the County Administrative Board receives your complaint or comment it becomes a case with us.
- Your case is registered and assigned a reference number.
- A case officer handles your case.
- The case officer processes the case and makes a decision.
- The decision is sent to you. You cannot appeal the decision.
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the processing or the decision.
County Administrative Board of Halland County
Welcome to contact us at:
Phone 010 - 224 30 00