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Section D contains the procedural provisions that detail how a complaint of misconduct can be filed, as well as how these complaints are investigated and adjudicated.Section E contains procedural provisions regarding the forms of disciplinary actions against a planner, including those situations where a planner is convicted of a serious crime or other conduct inconsistent with the responsibilities of a certified planner.We shall achieve high standards of professional integrity, proficiency, and knowledge.To comply with our obligation to the public, we aspire to the following principles: a) We shall always be conscious of the rights of others.We want the public to be aware of the principles by which we practice our profession in the quest of that goal.We sincerely hope that the public will respect the commitments we make to our employers and clients, our fellow professionals, and all other persons whose interests we affect. Our Overall Responsibility to the Public Our primary obligation is to serve the public interest and we, therefore, owe our allegiance to a conscientiously attained concept of the public interest that is formulated through continuous and open debate.h) We shall deal fairly with all participants in the planning process.Those of us who are public officials or employees shall also deal evenhandedly with all planning process participants. Our Responsibility to Our Clients and Employers We owe diligent, creative, and competent performance of the work we do in pursuit of our client or employer's interest.
c) We shall avoid a conflict of interest or even the appearance of a conflict of interest in accepting assignments from clients or employers. Our Responsibility to Our Profession and Colleagues We shall contribute to the development of, and respect for, our profession by improving knowledge and techniques, making work relevant to solutions of community problems, and increasing public understanding of planning activities.
AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct Adopted March 19, 2005 Effective June 1, 2005 Revised April 1, 2016 We, professional planners, who are members of the American Institute of Certified Planners, subscribe to our Institute's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
Our Code is divided into five sections: Section A contains a statement of aspirational principles that constitute the ideals to which we are committed.
Section B contains rules of conduct to which we are held accountable.
If we violate any of these rules, we can be the object of a charge of misconduct and shall have the responsibility of responding to and cooperating with the investigation and enforcement procedures.
e) We shall examine the applicability of planning theories, methods, research and practice and standards to the facts and analysis of each particular situation and shall not accept the applicability of a customary solution without first establishing its appropriateness to the situation.