The Legislative Assembly is assisted in its work by many Officers who fulfill a variety of roles. For example, in the Chamber, the Clerks-at-the-Table provide advice to Members on the rules and procedures of the Assembly. There are also Officers who assist the Legislative Assembly in making government accountable and responsive to the public. These Officers help to monitor government spending, assist individual citizens with concerns about their treatment by government, protect the interests of children, receive concerns about the release of government information and other privacy matters, and help Members of the Legislative Assembly avoid conflicts of interest.
Each of the Officers of the Legislative Assembly is named in The Legislative Assembly Act, 2007 and they report directly to the Assembly through the Speaker.