UC has a policy on how staff are to report ‘serious wrong-doing’ (as defined by the Protected Disclosures Act 2000) and how those handling a disclosure are to behave.
A protected disclosure offers employees some protection, in certain circumstances, from detrimental actions or consequences of reporting serious wrong-doing . Our policy on this is called Protected Disclosures Act -Internal Procedures and Code of Conduct, which is available via the UC Policy Library.
This policy is currently under review, but staff should still note its existence.
Any enquiries on the policy are to be directed to the Acting Registrar, Bruce White.