Make an allegation
- You can make an allegation in a number of ways and through a number of people.
- You do not have to be a staff member of the University to make an allegation.
You can make an allegation to any of the following:
- the Director of Audit and Risk Management;
- the Manager of Investigations;
- the Vice-Chancellor;
- a Deputy Vice-Chancellor;
- a Pro-Vice-Chancellor; or
- a Dean.
These officers are responsible for handling your allegation confidentially and referring the allegation to the Director of Audit and Risk Management for examination.
You can make an allegation in writing to any of the above officers, by mail or email, or you can phone in your allegation.
You can also make an allegation online by completing the form here
Regardless of whatever form your allegation takes, you can remain anonymous if you wish, but if you are taking this option you need to provide as much evidence as you have available and as you are not contactable you will not be informed of the outcome of the examination of your allegation.
Please be assured, the University makes every effort to ensure the confidentiality of any person who makes an allegation.
If you're thinking of making an allegation you should read the University policy Reporting Wrongdoing Policy 2012. (Please note: the policy entitled Reporting Corrupt Conduct, Maladministration or Serious and Substantial Waste of Public Money has been rescinded and replaced by this new policy).