What WMP expects from you

    • I work in partnership to create safer communities
    • I am creative and think of new approaches
    • Some examples of expected behaviours are:
    • I look beyond the immediate situation opportunities to prevent harm
    • willingly share knowledge, information or experience to help or support others
    • build on what exists with new ideas and creative approaches, as opposed to trying to fix things that are not broken
    • make the very best of my time at work so that we can use our resources to prevent crime more effectively
    • I care about the people I serve
    • I am honest and I earn people's trust
    • I show friendship by helping the public, partners and colleagues - particularly those who may not realised they need our help
    • Some examples of expected behaviours are:
    • I care for and consider other people's needs and views
    • respect, appreciate and offer genuine care and kindness to others
    • offer support and encourage others to seek help when needed
    • create a positive, trusting and happy environment by building relationships, having honest dialogues, and valuing others´ opinions
    • I stand up for the right things
    • I challenge unreasonable and discriminatory behaviour
    • I make the right decisions, however tough they are
    • I want to work in a diverse team
    • Some examples of expected behaviours are:
    • I challenge and have honest conversations to support others to demonstrate the values in everything we do
    • I constructively contribute to decision making
    • I welcome and encourage constructive feedback so that I can learn and improve
    • I champion equality and fairness and demonstrate this in how I treat others (within the organisation and outside)
    • I celebrate our differences and recognise everyone's contribution
    • I accept and admit when I am wrong
    • I learn lessons
    • I let the public see how we work because I welcome openness
    • Some examples of expected behaviours are:
    • I know I don't have all the answers and I am comfortable to ask for help from others
    • I learn from others inside and outside the organisation
    • I am open to change, thinking differently, learning new skills and new ways of working
    • I say when I get it wrong and put things right. I learn from my mistakes and share this learning with others
    • I understand my strengths and areas for development and strive to improve
    • I am a strong performer and colleagues can rely on me
    • I inspire others with my passion for policing
    • I challenge and address poor service
    • I deliver a service my family would be proud of
    • Some examples of expected behaviours are::
    • I take personal ownership for my work, career and happiness
    • I recognise good performance in others and myself, and look for opportunities to share great work
    • I strive to exceed expectations by understanding the needs of my colleagues, the public and partners
    • I demonstrate our values, believe in WMP and share our vision and successes with pride