Driver and Vehicle Standards staff (FOI)
Driver and Vehicle Standards staff (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 09 August 2019.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
How many staff are employed at Driver and Vehicle Standards (DVS)?
How many staff have sworn an Oath to the Royal Court?
What is their Oath to the Royal Court?
How many staff have used all their sick time allowance / signed off sick days and at what cost?
How many staff at DVS are subject to MOH?
Have any staff for DVS being given voluntary redundancy?
How many staff have faced sanctioned disciplinary behaviour?
Can staff at DVS or any Government department criticize any Government decisions at reception, for example at Fort Regent?
How many staff have been seconded to other states departments?
As no time period has been specified in this request we have used a five year period.
There are currently 20 full time and two part time staff employed by the Government of Jersey who work at DVS. DVS also currently employ two agency staff.
Seven DVS Officers have been sworn in at the Royal Court.
The Oath is set out below:
You swear and promise before God that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of Inspector of Motor Traffic / Deputy Inspector of Motor Traffic / Traffic Officer in accordance with Article 3 of the Motor Traffic (Jersey) Law, 1935, as amended.
The Government of Jersey does not allocate a ‘sick time allowance’ for employees. We are therefore unable to respond to this question.
We have assumed ‘MOH’ to mean Medical Occupational Health. All staff across the Government of Jersey have free direct confidential access to the Government’s Occupational Health Service providers.
No staff at DVS have taken voluntary redundancy during the last five years (2014 to date).
No staff at DVS have been placed on disciplinary during the last five years for poor behaviour.
Whilst staff are entitled to their own personal opinions, sharing negative comments about Government of Jersey decisions whilst in the work place is discouraged.
No staff at DVS have been seconded to other Government of Jersey departments in the last five years.