“THE FIRST STEP IN THE
EVOLUTION OF ETHICS IS A
SENSE OF SOLIDARITY WITH
OTHER HUMAN BEINGS.”
What is the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission?
Founded in 2005, the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission represents local
government entities of Lake, Porter and LaPorte Counties which have voluntarily
committed themselves to the Shared Code of Ethics and Values.
These cities, towns and counties work together to achieve the Commission’s
primary goals of:
Heightening awareness of ethical issues within
Assisting municipal employees with the practical tools
to make ethical decisions.
This mission is accomplished through a variety of methods, including regular training
sessions, printed training materials, advocacy articles and an ongoing collaborative
effort to enhance ethical behavior within participating governments.
For upcoming meetings, training and events, please visit our Calendar section.
In the Community
2015 Ethics Summit,
March 12, 2015.
(Indiana Supreme Court Justice Robert
Fostering ethical behavior
through education and training at
the 2015 Ethics Summit at Avalon
Manor. Justice Rucker gave the
keynote speech, followed by
interactive audience participation
in the discussion of case studies
containing multiple ethical issues.
A panel, including the author of
the case studies, commented on
the findings of the individual