The following in particular constitute breaches of discipline:
(a) accepting, soliciting or demanding, directly or indirectly, a gift, reward, commission, discount, loan, discharge of debt, favour or any other benefit or consideration of a nature to compromise his impartiality in the performance of his duties;
(b) paying, offering to pay or agreeing to offer a benefit, rebate or commission to a person of a nature to compromise the impartiality of such person in the performance of his duties;
(c) paying, offering to pay or agreeing to offer a benefit, rebate or commission to a person, whether a member of the Sûreté or not, in order that he may intercede in his favour to obtain a promotion, a transfer of any change in his status as member of the Sûreté;
(d) using for personal ends, or for the purpose of obtaining a benefit or a profit, information obtained while performing his duties or as a result of his position in the Sûreté;
(e) recommending to a person who has been charged or with whom the member has been in contact in performing his duties the services of a particular attorney;
(f) becoming surety in a case under the jurisdiction of a court of penal jurisdiction, except where warranted by family relations with the person charged;
(g) signing a letter of recommendation or other certificate knowing it to be false or inaccurate.