90 days from today is Fri, 10 March 2023
Police officers are honest, act with integrity and do not compromise or abuse their position.
Police officers act with self-control and tolerance, treating members of the public and colleagues with respect and courtesy. Police officers do not abuse their powers or authority and respect the rights of all individuals.
Police officers act with fairness and impartiality. They do not discriminate unlawfully or unfairly.
Police officers only use force to the extent that it is necessary, proportionate and reasonable in all the circumstances.
Police officers only give and carry out lawful orders and instructions. Police officers abide by police regulations, force policies and lawful orders.
Police officers are diligent in the exercise of their duties and responsibilities.
Police officers treat information with respect and access or disclose it only in the proper course of police duties.
Police officers when on duty or presenting themselves for duty are fit to carry out their responsibilities.
Police officers behave in a manner which does not discredit the police service or undermine public confidence in it, whether on or off duty. Police officers report any action taken against them for a criminal offence, any conditions imposed on them by a court or the receipt of any penalty notice.
Police officers report, challenge or take action against the conduct of colleagues which has fallen below the Standards of Professional Behaviour.
Please note that a greater explanation of the Standards of Professional Behaviour is contained within the Home Office Guidance on Police Officer Misconduct, Unsatisfactory Performance and Attendance Management Procedures (Home Office Circular 26/2008 refers).