BUREAU OF CORRECTIONS
Muntinlupa City, 1776
CODE OF ETHICS IN THE CORRECTIVE SERVICE
The Bureau of Corrections expects of its employees unfailing honesty, respect for the dignity and individuality of human beings, and a commitment to professional and compassionate service. Towards this end, we subscribe to the following principles:
As a member of Corrective service, I will regard myself as a member of an important and honorable profession.
I will perform my duty with efficiency at all times.
I will be exemplary in my conduct, direct in my conversation, honest in my dealings and obedient to the laws of the city and country.
I will not, in the performance of my duty, work for personal advantage or profit.
I will, at all times, recognize that I am a public servant.
I will give the most efficient and impartial service of which I am capable at all times.
I will be courteous in my contacts at all times.
I will regard my fellow employees with the same standards as I hold myself.
I will guard my fellow employees’ honor and life as I guard my own.
I will accept responsibility for my actions.
I will do only those things that will reflect honor on my fellow employees, my office and myself.
I will maintain the integrity of private information, I will neither seek personal data beyond that needed to perform my responsibilities, nor reveal personal information of employees, inmates, or clients, to anyone not having proper professional use for such.