Seeking Truth/ Chwilio am wirionedd
We feel privileged to be the custodians of the police complaints system. We value the trust of the public and police and commit to being just a fair in uncovering the truth. We recognise that a just outcome relies on being unbiased and transparent in getting to the truth of what happened
Being Inclusive/ Bod yn gynhwysol
We have an inclusive culture. We are fair and impartial in our treatment of all individuals. We work across boundaries, both internal and external, collaborating and builduing strong relationships.
Empowering People/ Galluogi pobl
We believe everyone should be a leader and play a part in shaping the direction of the organisation. We provide a supportive and challenging environment where people can thrive and reach their potential. We trust our people to do the right things. We encourage calculated risk taking and evidence-based decision making. Where genuine mistakes are made, we will support people and identify opportunities for learning and improvement. We ensure that people can make complaints without experiencing unfair treatment.
Being tenacious/ Bod yn afaelgar
Our work requires us to be bold, resilient and committed to making a difference to the public. We take our duties as public servants to heart and our dedication is reflected in our work. We meet challenges with perseverance to attain individual and organisational goals.
Makeing a difference/Gwneud gwahaniaeth
The value of our work is not defined solely by volume, but by the impact our work has on policing and public confidence. We define quality by how well our work meets the service user needs. We will focus our efforts on areas that will make a difference to our communities.