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What is a supervisor obligated to ensure in relation to the Code of Conduct & Ethics?
Ensure that members under their control understand, are aware of and comply with the Code of Conduct and Ethics, and

Advise others on the compliance with the Code of Conduct and Ethics.
What are members required to do in relation to thier private affairs.
Members are to arrange their private affairs to prevent conflicts of interest.
Members are required to cease or minimise contact or interaction with persons who have had ?
Adverse dealings with the Northern Territory Police Force.
Supervisors must take action to ensure that any conflict of interest involving their subordinates is resolved. What must they do in relation to any conflict of interest that does arise?
Supervisors and managers must record conflicts of interest disclosed to them and action taken to resolve or manage the conflict. .
Who should the outcome of any resolution of a conflict of interest by members be forwarded to?
Such outcomes are to be forwarded to the Commander of EPSC
If a conflict of interest does arise, how should the member resolve the conflict?
In favour of the public interest and the NTPF.
What sort of police matters should members avoid becoming involved in?
Matters involving themselves, their friends, their relative’s, or in which they have a direct personal interest.