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Anonymous Reporting Hotline

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THIS IS NOT A 911 OR EMERGENCY SERVICE
Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please call 911.

As part of the University of Cincinnati’s (UC) commitment to ethics and compliance, UC has selected Navex Global/EthicsPoint to provide you with a simple, anonymous way to report activities that may involve illegal, unethical or inappropriate behavior in violation of UC policies. You may file a report here or by dialing 1-800-889-1547. When you call this number, you will first hear a recorded message introducing the Navex Global/EthicsPoint hotline. Then you will be asked to press ‘1’ to speak with a communications specialist. Press ‘1’ to file a report or follow up on an existing report.

UC considers your concern very important. However, this reporting hotline does not replace or supersede existing reporting methods on campus. You are encouraged to bring your concerns to your supervisor or other UC entity, as appropriate. For student conduct matters in which a student is the subject of the report, the following matters may be reported anonymously via this hotline: hazing and sexual discrimination/harassment/violence (including partner violence). All other student conduct matters in which a student is the subject of the report require reporter identification and should be reported to the Office of University Judicial Affairs (OUJA). All instances of student academic misconduct shall be reported to the college conduct administrator as well as to the OUJA.

UC is a public institution subject to Ohio’s open record law (Sunshine Law). Protected disclosures and investigatory records will be kept confidential to the extent possible, consistent with the need to conduct an adequate investigation, and in accordance with the Ohio Public Records Act. If you choose to submit a claim, we may not be able to protect your identity should a public records request be made.

UC will use its best efforts to protect those who, in good faith, report suspected illegal, unethical or otherwise inappropriate behavior in violation of UC policies.

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