July 2019 42.2

Highlights of this issue focusing on Integrity

Doing the Right Thing

When it comes to integrity, the Police are one organisation that the public wants complete trust in. Superintendent Anna Jackson, National Manager of Police Professional Conduct, shares her views.

Integrity in the Public Sector

Inspiring public confidence and maintaining public trust in the integrity of our public administration system is critical. 

Catherine Williams, Deputy Commissioner, Integrity, Ethics and Standards at the State Services Commission; Michael Macauley, Professor of Public Administration at Victoria University of Wellington; Suzanne Snivley, Chair of Transparency International New Zealand; Pauline Barnes, General Manager, Professional Services and Julia McCook-Weir, Senior Manager Professional Responsibility, the Teaching Council, explore how we're building integrity across the public service and what it takes to keep it there.

Putting Integrity at the Centre

Two roles that are central to ensuring public sector integrity are the Privacy Commissioner and the Ombudsman. Margaret McLachlan caught up with them to see how they see the state of integrity in the public sector.