Code of Conduct for States Members
Article 20F(1) of the Reform (Guernsey) Law 1948, as amended, provides that the States may adopt a Code of Conduct which prescribes and/or regulates the duties, standards, propriety and conduct, in public life, of People's Deputies.
If you wish to make a complaint alleging that the conduct of a member is in breach of the Code of Conduct you must write to the address below setting out the allegation and enclosing any supporting evidence. Unsubstantiated allegations and anonymous complaints will not be considered.
Neither the Bailiff nor the States Assembly and Constitution Committee is involved in investigation of complaints. Complaints are considered by an independent panel appointed by the Presiding Officer.
The current Rules can be viewed by clicking on the Code of Conduct document below.
Document downloadsCode of Conduct Code of Conduct Rules for States Members States Reform (Guernsey) Law 1948 States Reform (Guernsey) Law 1948
States Members' Conduct PanelRoyal Court House, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 2NZ, Channel Islands
Tel: 44 1481 749507 Fax: 44 1481 713861