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The University of Colorado is committed to conducting its affairs ethically and in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations as well as university policy. Each member of the faculty and staff is expected to share in this responsibility. The University of Colorado is also committed to preventing, detecting, and correcting violations of applicable laws, regulations, and policies. Thus, the university has chosen EthicsPoint to provide employees with a simple, anonymous method to confidentially report:
In addition to EthicsPoint, the Ombuds Office provides confidential and informal assistance to any student, staff member, faculty member, or administrator who is experiencing conflict with another person or persons within the university community or who has concerns about university-related academic or administrative issues (e.g., decisions, services, responsiveness, etc.).
Not Sure If You Want to File a Report?
Do you have concerns about your actions or the actions of other employees but you are not sure if filing an EthicsPoint report is the right move? Maybe you need to talk to someone first. Even if you just need to find out where you stand or what resources are available, there is a way to find that help! Call one of the numbers listed below and you will be directed to the resources you need.
CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
CU System Administration
To Submit a Report:
NOTE: Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact your local authorities immediately.
This reporting mechanism is not a substitute for, nor does it supersede, any existing reporting methods or protocols for reporting suspected problems or complaints. The filing of a complaint through EthicsPoint does not relieve a person with an obligation to file a complaint or to conduct an investigation of any such obligation. For example, the University’s Administrative Policy Statement on Sexual Harassment requires that allegations of sexual harassment be reported to the campus sexual harassment officer.
You may use the following methods to submit a report:
Reports submitted through EthicsPoint will be forwarded to the proper university officials for appropriate action. Reports will be processed as promptly and discreetly as possible. The university encourages you to return to this website within seven business days using the report key assigned by EthicsPoint and your private password. The university may have information for you or may need additional information to investigate the allegation. If you follow-up on a report, you will see an indication as to whether your reported matter is resolved, but, due to confidentiality requirements, you will not necessarily be informed as to how the matter was resolved.
Colorado state law and university policy provide that an appointing authority or supervisor shall not initiate or administer any disciplinary action against an employee for disclosing information in compliance with the requirements of the statute or policy.