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  • Please use the form below to submit your query or comment. Alternatively, you can call, write or email.
  • Quarantine Pests and Diseases Quarantine pests and diseases are those which are capable of causing significant damage to plants but are not established despite...
  • Information and application form for permission to exceed the speed limit in certain areas for the purpose of water skiing.
  • Updated: June 2016
    This consultation is being issued on 4th May 2016 to seek feedback on the introduction of preferred debt status, for those qualifying deposits, covered by the Guernsey Banking Deposit Compensation Scheme ("GBDCS") into Guernsey legislation.
  • Public health is the process that gathers, interprets, and translates knowledge of health factors amongst the population into effective action. Public health re...
  • Without expert professionals many of our services wouldn't be fit for purpose, nor provide the insight to make clear decisions on complex and sometimes emotiona...
  • Aimed at ambitious individuals who aspire to be future Managers and Executive Officers in the public sector, our Development Schemes allow you to get involved w...
  • Whether it is over the phone, via email or face-to-face, Civil Servants deal with members of the public, private companies and other States Offices on a daily b...
  • This page describes what a career in Policy and Research would be like with the States of Guernsey
  • When people think of skilled trades, there are a few that immediately spring to mind. The reality is that there are lots of designated trades in the States Of G...
  • For the work of the States of Guernsey to succeed it requires continuous engagement from and with the public. Via the internet, newspaper or other media, local...
  • This page describes what a career in HR, ICT, or Admin would be like with the States of Guernsey
  • A strong Finance and Accounting function is vital to the success of any organisation, and that is no different for the States of Guernsey. Finance is an essenti...
  • This page describes what a career in Justice and Public Safety would be like with the States of Guernsey
  • Our core focus is ensuring that our schools, our College of Further Education and other education support services are staffed with the best available teachers,...
  • Information on Health and Social Care and Nursing Jobs in Guernsey.
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  • What is CAMHS and what do they provide? CAMHS is a specialist mental health service that assesses and treats young people (age 18 and under) with emotional, beh...
  • The Dairy Industry Report was published in July 2014 and can be read here . There are 15 dairy farms on Guernsey which together keep about 2,500 Guernsey cattle...
  • The States Analytical Laboratory, based in the Longue Rue (Burnt Lane), St Martin's, provides a range of services to accurately identify the nutritional needs,...
  • Goods and mail are sometimes detained by Customs locally, or in the United Kingdom. This page provides information about what to do if an item you have sent or...
  • There are two types of duty chargeable on goods imported into the Bailiwick of Guernsey. Import Duty A duty of customs (known as "import duty") is charged in ac...
  • Bringing your Personal Effects to Guernsey If you are bringing your personal effects to Guernsey you will need to declare all the items that you are importing t...
  • There are two types of duty chargeable within the Bailiwick of Guernsey. These are Excise Duty and Import Duty (also referred to as Customs Duty). Import duty A...
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  • If you are applying from outside of Guernsey, click here to find out more about overseas applications.
  • Find out more about the recruitment process, how to apply and what happens next.
  • Find out more about the types of careers that you might find in the States of Guernsey
  • The States of Guernsey is committed to improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities and has signed the Guernsey Employers' Disability Charter...
  • FitTogether is an initiative to raise awareness of the very important relationship between work and health. FitTogether is about doctors, employers and employee...
  • The Guernsey environment is unique and is central to every aspect of life. Our coastal zone, boasting one of the largest tidal ranges in the world, has a range...
  • Guernsey has over 42 miles of coastal paths to be enjoyed. The maritime heathland, cliff-top grasslands and west coast dunes and grasslands support a rich array...
  • Guernsey has a rich horticultural heritage and this is reflected in many of its parks and gardens. The Agriculture, Countryside and Land Management Service look...
  • The 'Keep Guernsey Green Award' was established in 2006 to enable organisations to demonstrate their commitment to the environment through waste management and...
  • The Economic Overview is a summary of various statistics combined with information from other sources, such as the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. It is...
  • The Public Services Department is responsible for the delivery of key services and for the provision of essential island infrastructure through six Divisions: ·...
  • The Personal Tax, Pensions and Benefits Review is the first comprehensive review of personal taxes, allowances and benefits that has been undertaken. It is a jo...
  • The Corporate Tax Review was launched in 2009 following communication via Her Majesty's Treasury ('HMT') that certain members of the European Union Code of Cond...
  • The Finance Sector Forum (FSF) is the peak consultation forum for development, promotion and regulation of financial services in Guernsey. The Work of the forum...
  • The Annual Independent Fiscal Review was commissioned by the Fiscal and Economic Policy Group to provide an independent, external assessment of the States' fisc...
  • The Fiscal Framework is a set of rules agreed by the States to govern how we manage our public finances. These rules were first agreed in 2009 and then updated...
  • Peoples Deputies by parish from 1949 to April 2008 and by Voting District from May 2008 to April 2016 are available here, along with meeting attendance records,...
  • Updated: February 2017
    The Office of Environmental Health and Pollution Regulation conducted a survey into air pollution in Guernsey
  • Advice and guidance about health and safety in the workplace
  • Advice on the safe use of pesticides in Guernsey
  • Noxious weeds can be poisonous to humans or livestock or able to reproduce very rapidly to the detriment of other species. The Noxious Weeds (Guernsey) Law, 195...
  • To lead and co-ordinate the scrutiny of committees of the States by reviewing and examining legislation, policies, services and the use of monies and other reso...
  • Review procedures in connection with the Island's Constitution and Government Constituted as a Committee of the States with effect from 1 May 2016. Constitution...
  • Shareholder responsibilities of incorporated trading bodies and management responsibilities of unincorporated trading bodies and commercial interests Constitute...
  • Distribution of grants and emergency and disaster relief overseas Constituted as a Committee of the States with effect from 1 May 2016. Constitution A President...
  • Consideration of air transport licensing Constituted as a Committee of the States with effect from 1 May 2016. Constitution A President and four members who sha...
  • Security and wellbeing in an emergency Constituted as a Committee of the States with effect from 1 May 2016. Constitution The permanent members of the Authority...
  • Constituted as a Committee of the States with effect from 1 May 2016. Constitution A President and four members who shall be sitting members of the States: prov...
  • To co-ordinate policy including leading the policy planning process, the allocation and management of resources, including the States' budget and facilitating c...
  • To protect and enhance the natural and physical environment and develop infrastructure in ways which are balanced and sustainable in order that present and futu...
  • To secure prosperity through the generation of wealth and the creation of the greatest number and widest range of employment opportunities possible by promoting...
  • To protect, promote and improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and the community. Constituted as a Principal Committee of the States with effect from 1...
  • To encourage human development by maximising opportunities for participation and excellence through education, learning, sport and culture at every stage of lif...
  • To support a high standard of living and quality of life by maintaining and promoting a safe, stable and equitable society which values public protection and ju...
  • To foster a compassionate, cohesive and aspirational society in which responsibility is encouraged and individuals and families are supported through schemes of...
  • States Members are able to pose written questions to Committees under Rule 14 of the Rules of Procedure. These are listed by year below and can be searched usin...
  • The pilots of all private aircraft either entering or leaving the Bailiwick of Guernsey must complete a General Aviation report (GAR) for their arrival and depa...
  • The parishes are responsible for refuse collection and dog licences amongst other things. Contact details for the Parish Constables and Douzaines are provided b...
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  • The Administrative Decisions (Review) (Guernsey) Law, 1986, as amended provides members of the public with a route through the "Review Board" process to challen...
  • The Guernsey Revenue Service Tribunal is an independent body set up to hear appeals against certain decisions of the Director of the Revenue Service under the I...
  • The Income Support Appeals Tribunal is an independent appeal body established under The Income Support (Guernsey) Law, 1971, to determine appeals against decisi...
  • The Family Allowances Appeals Tribunal is an independent appeal body established under The Family Allowances (Guernsey) Law, 1950, to determine appeals against...
  • The Social Insurance Appeals Tribunal is an independent appeal body established under The Social Insurance (Guernsey) Law, 1978, to determine appeals against de...
  • The Parochial Appeals Tribunal is an independent body that determines appeals against some Parish level decisions relating to breaches of the hedge cutting and...
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    Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their outstanding contribution and care?
  • Updated: May 2016
    We want to hear from regular players and those who don't currently play on a regular basis to collect feedback so that we can improve the products and service we offer.
  • Pests and diseases can often be a problem in the garden. Please see the downloadable leaflet for an in depth look at most common types found in Guernsey and how...
  • There are many pests and diseases that can cause serious damage to commercial crops, garden plants, and plants in the environment. Plant health legislation sets...
  • If the specialist care you need is not available in Guernsey or Alderney you may be referred off-island.  If this is the case, your local consultant will make a...
  • Whether you are visiting our beautiful Islands, or live here and are planning a trip abroad, here is some important information you should know about healthcare...
  • If you are entering or leaving the Bailiwick of Guernsey and are carrying cash in any currency to the equivalent value of £10,000 or more, you must declare this...
  • Prohibited and Restricted Goods There are some goods that you are not allowed to bring into the Bailiwick of Guernsey regardless of where you are travelling fro...
  • Constitutional Position The Channel Islands are situated in the Bay of St. Malo off the Northwest coast of France and comprise of the Bailiwick of Guernsey ( Gu...
  • The Department is required to publish various Notices in relation to air transport licences and applications for such licences. Guernsey Air Transport Notices -...
  • Airlines are issued air transport licences for specific routes to and from Guernsey. Important information on how Air Licences may be affected by Brexit can be...
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  • Guernsey Prison serves the public by keeping in custody those committed by the Courts. The Prison has clear objectives keeping within the Prison vision and miss...
  • Rolls of blue bags, clear bags, and food waste caddy liners are available, free of charge, from most local supermarkets. Just ask at the tills or customer servi...
  • Guernsey has so much to offer. Discover an environment that helps business to flourish and a lifestyle that helps you reconnect with the good things in life. Th...
  • Probation Service The Guernsey Probation Service works to manage offenders, both within the community and Guernsey Prison. This is achieved by providing the Cou...
  • On this page you can download the latest household expenditure survey information and information on household incomes sourced from the Rolling Electronic Censu...
  • The service is available to adults over the age of 18 who have significant difficulty with intellectual functioning, communication and/or daily living skills. R...
  • The Looked After Children's Team provide services to children and young people in care from birth to 18 years of age and also assist young people leaving care b...
  • The Children's Dental Service is a dedicated service for pre-school and school age children with particular needs. It provides dental and orthodontic treatment...
  • The Committee for Home Affairs is responsible for the licensing, registration and regulation of gambling. Gambling in Guernsey is regulated by a number of diffe...
  • The Family Proceedings Advisory Service was formerly known as the Safeguarder Service. Information on how we are supporting families through COVID-19 can be fou...
  • What is an Emergency? An emergency, as defined in the Civil Contingencies (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2012 , is an event or situation which threatens serious d...
  • The Committee for Home Affairs facilitates the Appropriate Adults Scheme and its Central Services Division provides administrative support to it. The Police Pow...
  • What is domestic abuse? The States of Guernsey define domestic abuse as: Any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour,...
  • The Drug and Alcohol Strategy 2015 - 2020 was approved by the States of Guernsey in January 2015. What is the Drug & Alcohol Strategy? In 2007, the States of Gu...
  • The Police Complaints Commission provides independent oversight into the investigation of complaints against the conduct of officers in the Guernsey Police Why...
  • The Parole Review Committee is an independent body which is administered by the Office of the Committee for Home Affairs The Parole Review Committee is an indep...
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