The information you need to include in your report

Your report should include as much key factual information as possible about your concern. If you can, please include:

  • Who was involved
  • Any witnesses
  • What happened
  • When it happened
  • Where it happened
  • Why you say the conduct was improper or unethical
  • Any documentation or images relevant to your report.

The more information you can provide, the more effectively the subscriber organisation will be able to deal with your report.

Reporting information anonymously

You can choose to report this information anonymously if you wish.  If you want to remain anonymous, be careful not to include details in your report which might reveal your identity.

If you are submitting a reporting using Integrity Line’s telephone service, you must let the operator know you want to remain anonymous.  If you choose to provide your name and contact details to the Integrity Line operator, you can instruct Integrity Line not to provide this information to the subscriber organisation. We will never pass on your personal information without your consent.

Please note that,  if you choose to report anonymously and do not provide us with any contact details, then we are unable to contact you to confirm receipt of your report, discuss your report or tell you about its progress, and nor will the organisation or any appointed investigator or service provider.  If you want to be able to find out details about your report later, or to give us more information about your report, you will need to include some way for us to contact you.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

We suggest that you provide as much factual information as you can, in your own words. If you can, include details about who was involved, witnesses, what happened, where it happened, when it happened, and any other information that you think might be useful. The more details you include about the issue, the easier it will be for the organisation to understand your concerns and deal with your report.

If you want to remain anonymous, be careful not to include details which might reveal your identity.

You can also provide documents or images with your report.

No. Please note that if you do not give us your contact details, we will not be able to contact you to discuss your report, to confirm its receipt or to report on progress, nor will the organisation or any future investigator or other service provider. If you want to be able to find out details about your report later, or to give us more information about your report, you will need to include some way for us to contact you.
You can upload electronic files which you think will help the subscriber organisation to understand your report. Using the online form, you can upload most common file formats, including Word documents, PDF files and JPEG images. If you are lodging a report using the telephone report line, the operator will explain how you can provide documents and other evidence.
No. The organisation will make a determination of whether or not your report has substance and how to respond.

Integrity Line will provide all the information that you give us in your report to the designated person or persons at the subscriber organisation. All information that you provide to us in relation to your report will be treated by us as strictly confidential and handled in accordance with the information on this website and Integrity Line’s privacy policy.

If you have any queries with respect to how your information will be dealt with by the subscriber organisation, you should contact the organisation directly.