Standards for England


Standards for England
Standards for England (SfE)
England, Wales
An independent, national body overseeing how local authorities promote and improve the ethical behaviour of their members. SfE provides support and guidance, in addition to investigating cases which it is inappropriate for authorities to investigate themselves. SfE was formerly known as the Standards Board for England.

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