The University is committed to ensuring its operations are conducted according to high standards of ethical conduct, and will not tolerate any form of wrongdoing.
If a complaint involves alleged criminal conduct or an alleged breach of any Australian law, please contact the Complaints Management Unit for advice.
Reporting of suspected wrongdoing is vital to the ongoing integrity, accountability and good management of the University. Anyone can make a confidential report about suspected wrongdoing. Although anonymous reports will be considered, you are encouraged to disclose your identity. This enables the University to take reasonable steps to provide you with support and protection from reprisals, as well as report back to you what action the University has taken or proposes to take.
You are encouraged to report known or suspected wrongdoings which you believe constitutes or may constitute any of the following:
serious and substantial waste of public money
government information contravention
some other kind of wrongdoing.
The Complaints Management Unit may also be able to provide advice on concerns in regards to: