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Getting up to speed. Speaker: Glenys Stacey Chief Executive The Standards Board for England. Overview. Why are high standards important? Why have a Code of Conduct? What does it all mean? The Standards Board’s role. The Standards Board’s guidance and publications.

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getting up to speed
Getting up to speed
  • Speaker:Glenys Stacey
  • Chief Executive
  • The Standards Board for England
overview
Overview
  • Why are high standards important?
  • Why have a Code of Conduct?
  • What does it all mean?
  • The Standards Board’s role.
  • The Standards Board’s guidance and publications.
  • Proactive activities for standards committees.
  • Key things for this year’s assembly.
why are high standards important
Why are high standards important?
  • “All democratic and public governance relies on high
  • standards of probity. When conduct and behaviour are
  • corrupt or improper it erodes confidence in the
  • democratic system.”
  • (Ref: Strong and prosperous communities, Local government White paper (2006), P61)
why have a code of conduct
Why have a Code of Conduct?
  • consistency
  • clear expectations for the public
  • ethics are a building block of good governance
what does it all mean
What does it all mean?
  • the Code
  • members
  • The Standards Board for England
  • The Adjudication Panel
what does it all mean1
What does it all mean?
  • standards committees
  • independent members
  • monitoring officers
  • local assessment
  • ethical standards officers
  • Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG)
the standards board s role
The Standards Board’s role
  • promoting and championing high standards
  • ensuring effectiveness of performance
  • monitoring and supporting
  • trends and consistency
the standards board s guidance and publications
The Standards Board’s guidance and publications
  • Code of Conduct and standards framework guidance
  • factsheets
  • The Bulletin
  • Town and parish standard
  • Case review
proactive activities for standards committees
Proactive activities for standards committees
  • contribute to the policy review process
  • review what training members have undertaken
  • have an oversight of audit commission and ombudsman reports
  • review case decisions
  • contribute to consultations
key things for the assembly
Key things for the assembly
  • local assessment
  • joint working
  • alternative action
  • share experiences and knowledge
getting up to speed1
Getting up to speed
  • Speaker:Glenys Stacey
  • Chief Executive
  • The Standards Board for England
what went wrong
What went wrong?
  • Chair: Elizabeth Hall
  • Board Member
  • The Standards Board for England
  • Speaker: Hazel Salisbury
  • Director of Casework
  • The Standards Board for England
what went wrong1
What went wrong?
  • Chair: Elizabeth Hall
  • Board Member
  • The Standards Board for England
  • Speaker: Hazel Salisbury
  • Director of Casework
  • The Standards Board for England