Code of Conduct Review Board
Bernalillo County Ordinance No. 2012-13, Amended August 25, 2015 (Ordinance No. 2015-24)
Quarterly and/or on an as-needed basis at One Civic Plaza, 10th Floor, Conference Room B
The purpose of this ordinance is to establish guidelines for standards of conduct for all candidates for elected office and for public servants, by setting forth those acts or actions which are incompatible with the best interests of the county and by requiring such candidates, and public servants to disclose personal interests, financial or otherwise, in matters affecting the county. It is the further purpose of this code to protect county employees and volunteers from undue influence, threats or fear of threat or reprisal with respect to the exercise of their constitutional right to support candidates of their choice.
The Bernalillo County Code of Conduct Review Board shall consist of five (5) members and five (5) alternates who shall be appointed by the Board of County Commissioners, with each commissioner appointing one (1) member, and one (1) alternate from his/her district. The Board members shall not be affiliated with county government in any capacity and may not hold elected public office or office with any political party within the county.
Each member of the Board shall serve for a two-year period, subject to reappointment thereafter. Regardless of the date of appointment, the term of any individual appointed to the review board shall expire when the commissioner making the appointment leaves office or his/her term expires. Board has no term limits.
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