We implement the Code of Ethics,(PDF, 328KB) advising the UG on ethics policy, and ensuring compliance with Code provisions through regular review of governmental activities. Meeting once a month in open session. All elected officials, officials, and employees of the UG are required to attend a basic ethics education training session within ninety days of their affiliation, and to further attend a continuing ethics training session every (3) years thereafter.
The Code of Ethics serves as the basic rules and ethical principals for the day-to-day operations of the UG. For more information, see the Political Memorandum(PDF, 173KB)
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the Unified Government has requested that all citizens practice social distancing until further notice. The Ethics Commission will post a status notice as necessary. For more information, see the Unified Government COVID-19 Initiative.
Date: Thursday May 12, 2022
Location: 2nd Floor Wyandotte County Courthouse
Meet at Division 18 (Old County Commissioners’ Chambers)
Meeting will take place in the Law Library
Promoting public trust through a politically independent, unaffiliated, and non-partisan Ethics Commission and Ethics Administrator.