Professional Conduct Committee
The professional conduct committee oversees the Society’s role in responding to all concerns and complaints made against members of the Society. They review all complaints and oversee and advise on how each case will be handled.
As well as fulfilling the role of handling specific complaints they will also report to the Society Council about any related issues that may be of relevance to Society policies and procedures – thus ensuring the NCS has a constantly evolving approach to all issues relating to public safety.
The professional conduct committee will meet as required in response to concerns or complaints.
- Chair: Dr Chris Forester
- Registrar: Meg Moss
- Ethics Officer: Rachael King
- Ex officio: Ethics Officer
Professional Development & Supervision Committee
All members of the Society agree to take responsibility for their continuing professional development. The role of the Professional Development & Supervision Committee is to source ideas and give guidance to all members about such issues as:
- CPD Courses
- Chair: Freya Bottomley
- Andrea Lindsay
- Joanna Taylor
- Neil Campbell
- Vicki Crane
Dr Phillip Rees
The role of independent assessor is to review and report to the Chair and Chief Executive of the Society on matters of Society Audit and Governance.