What is ‘wrongdoing’?
At the University, wrongdoing broadly means when a member of staff or an affiliate may be or is involved in corruption, maladministration, serious or substantial waste of public money or the contravention of government information requirements. Please read the University’s Reporting Wrongdoing Policy 2012 for more information about what can constitute wrongdoing.
We encourage you to report known or suspected wrongdoing by staff or affiliates.
What about other types of wrongdoing?
To report or deal with other types of wrongdoing, such as staff bullying, student complaints, research ethics or discrimination, you need to contact other units at the University. Find out which unit to contact.