Chiefs responsible for 'making ethics code meaningful'

Senior officers must actively seek ways to make new code of ethics a meaningful document for all personnel.

Chiefs responsible for 'making ethics code meaningful'

Date - 7th February 2014
By - Jasmin McDermott - Police Oracle
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Chief constables have a responsibility for making the proposed Code of Ethics “meaningful” to ensure it is accepted at every level of policing, the College of Policing’s Chief Executive has said. The final version of the code,...
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