We are currently having some technical issues with incoming telephone calls to our Wales office. If you would like to contact the Wales office, please call the Wilmslow helpline on 0303 123 1113 and a member of our Helpline staff will be able to transfer your call through.
The ICO's office in Cardiff provides a local point of contact for members of the public and organisations based in Wales.
- We operate an advice service to address general enquiries on data protection and freedom of information.
- We promote good practice in information rights by raising awareness of organisational responsibilities across all sectors.
- We work with the Welsh Government and wider public sector to influence relevant areas of policy and implementation to promote information rights.
- Subject to availability, we can provide speakers for appropriate awareness raising events.
Who we are
Anne Jones, the Assistant Commissioner for Wales, leads our Wales office. Anne joined the ICO in 2003, with a background in libraries, information and IT. She is a graduate of Aberystwyth and Bristol universities, and prior to this role her career was in the higher education, local authority and private sectors.
The Information Commissioner's Office has prepared a Welsh Language Scheme that sets out how we will provide Welsh language services to the public in Wales. The current Scheme was approved on 1 November 2010.