How to make a disclosure about “serious wrong-doing” at UC

Reporting “serious wrong-doing” or “whistle-blowing”

UC has a policy on how to report ‘serious wrong-doing’  (as defined by the Protected Disclosures Act 2000and how those handling a disclosure are to behave. Our policy on this is the Protected Disclosures Act -Internal Procedures and Code of Conduct, which is available via the UC Policy Library.

A protected disclosure offers employees some protection, in certain circumstances, from detrimental actions or consequences of reporting serious wrong-doing .

Enquiries on the policy can be directed to the Registrar, Jeff Field.