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Code of Conduct

A code of conduct is a set of conventional principles and expectations that are considered binding on any person who is a member of a particular group.

Shire of Chittering Codes of Conduct

Council adopted Policies in relation to the Code of Conduct of Elected Members and the Code of Conduct of Staff at its meeting held on 18 May 2011.

Policy 4.1 Code of Conduct - Elected Members

The Code of Conduct provides Elected Members of the Shire of Chittering with consistent guidelines for an acceptable standard of professional conduct.  The Code addresses in a concise manner the broader issues of ethical responsibility and encourages greater transparency and accountability.

Policy 3.1 Code of Conduct - Staff, Volunteers & Contractors

The Code of Conduct clarifies the standards of behaviour that are expected of all staff and volunteers in the Shire of Chittering in the performance of their duties.  It gives guidance in areas where staff and volunteers need to make personal and ethical decisions and is to be used in conjunction with the Shire's other HR Policies and Procedures.

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