Responsibility for trollhattan.se
The Information services department at the City of Trollhättan has the overall responsibility for the content and appearance of the city’s website.
Daily management of the website is done by a web editor together with the information managers at the various administrative bodies. The person responsible for the information on a given page is specified at the top of that page. This person is responsible for the maintenance and updating of the information, and also has the overall responsibility for the published page and that the information published on trollhattan.se is correct, factual and has official support.
Questions about content
If you have any questions about specific subjects, e g child care, you can find contact details under the introductory text on each page, or you can use web forms available on various parts of the website.
Katarina Loodh, web communications officer, responsible publisher of digital media, trollhattan.se and social media
Vivian Komstadius, director of information and communication services, press and marketing
Per Ivarsson, internal communications officer, responsible publisher of the intranet and staff magazine
The images on trollhattan.se are owned by the City of Trollhättan unless otherwise specified. This does not apply, however, for logotypes (except the municipal logotype and symbol) or for images used by arrangement with other activities.
All our handling of personal data is done on the basis of the provisions regarding integrity protection in the Personal Data Act (abbreviated PuL in Swedish).
Request to review stored personal data and to correct it
You are entitled to review, once every year, the personal data we have stored about you. Send your request to the administration you want to information from. Your request must be signed in your own hand.
If you consider some item of personal data about you to be incorrect or misleading, you can request that it be corrected by the person responsible for the personal data.
Data submitted by you is public and may be disclosed in accordance with the principle of public access to official records. This does not apply if your case is classified under the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act.