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NSW Crime Commission staff are expected to comply with the Code of Conduct and the Code of Ethics and Conduct for NSW government sector employees.

The NSW Crime Commission’s actions are underpinned by the following values:

  • Consider people equally without prejudice or favour
  • Act professionally with honesty, consistency and impartiality
  • Take responsibility for situations, show leadership and courage
  • Place the public interest over personal interest

  • Appreciate difference and welcome learning from others
  • Build relationships based on mutual respect
  • Uphold the law, institutions of government and democratic principles
  • Communicate intentions clearly and invite teamwork and collaboration
  • Provide apolitical and non-partisan advice
  • Provide services fairly with a focus on customer needs
  • Be flexible, innovative and reliable in service delivery
  • Engage with the not-for-profit and business sectors to develop and implement service solutions
  • Focus on quality while maximising service delivery
  • Recruit and promote employees on merit
  • Take responsibility for decisions and actions
  • Provide transparency to enable public scrutiny
  • Observe standards for safety
  • Be fiscally responsible and focus on efficient, effective and prudent use of resources
  • Be dedicated to achieving high standards in duties
  • Be prepared to acknowledge mistakes and take appropriate steps to prevent a recurrence of those mistakes
  • Develop and improve expertise
  • Be courteous and respect the rights, dignity and autonomy of others
  • Share information and resources
  • Work together towards shared goals
  • Seek opportunities to break down unhealthy silos
  • Engage with colleagues