This section will cover the structure of Suffolk County Council, what the different service offices are, what they do and who the senior Directors are who are responsible for delivering those front line services. For information about elected representatives please visit our Councillors and elected representative page.
The Chief Executive is the head of staff employed by Suffolk County Council and acts as the focal point for key partners and organisations working within Suffolk and outside of the county. Please use the link below to find out more information about the Chief Executive.
Service Offices and Delivery of front line services.
The services provided by Suffolk County Council are very diverse and cover all aspects of age, gender, race, sexual orientation and belief. The Service Offices are split as follows, please use the following links to find out more about what each service office is responsible for.
- Adult and Community Services
- Children and Young People's Services
- Economy, Skills and Environment
- Public Protection, Social Inclusion and Diversity
What is in the section
Information about the Adult and Community Services office.
Information about the Chief Executive of Suffolk County Council.
The Children & Young People's Service Office brings together education, youth, community health, early years and specialist services for children.
Information about the Economy, Skills and Environment Service Office
This page will allow you to find out which local authority is responsible for a particular service.
Here you can read all the news from Suffolk County Council
Information on Public Protection
Information about the role and responsibilities of Scrutiny and Monitoring, including the Monitoring Officer
Information on skills in Suffolk County Council