The IPCC is committed to promoting equality and valuing diversity in everything we do.
The IPCC to make reasonable adjustments to communicate and deliver our services in a way that best addresses your needs
The IPCC to treat you with courtesy and respect
For us to follow up any comments or concerns you’ve raised about the service we deliver
That we will think about the impact of the strategies and policies we make on the people they will affect, and take all reasonable steps to involve them in the development and consultation process.
To be treated fairly and without discrimination during your employment, commencing with the recruitment process, and having access to career development opportunities based on merit.
To be fairly appraised and rewarded for your personal contribution to the IPCC’s work.
To work in a healthy and safe environment free from hazards.
To access opportunities for training and development to enable you to develop to your full potential.
To be supported in balancing your work and home life.
To be treated with dignity and respect in a fair and consistent manner in an environment where inappropriate behaviour in not tolerated.
For more information about our work around equality and diversity please email email@example.com
Historical equality and diversity content can be found on the national archives IPCC website.
On the IPCC website
IPCC public confidence survey
IPCC guidance on dealing with allegations of discriminatory behaviour
IPCC research into police custody as a place of safety
The IPCC's work around stop and search
Commission discussion about community engagement and priorities for 2011/12 (April 2011)
IPCC staff code of conduct
IPCC leaflets in other formats
IPCC information leaflets available in other languages
IPCC Making reasonable adjustments guidance (August 2011)
From other organisations
The Equality Standard for the Police Service
Guidance from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) on your rights as service user
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