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Need Help? Contact 215-P-COMPLY

You may use either of the following two methods to contact OIC:

  • By Telephone
    Dial 215-P-COMPLY (215-726-6759)
    The reporting and help line that is administered by OIC. The phone line is answered by the OIC staff between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can also leave a recorded message during non-business hours. The phone line does not have a caller identification feature or a *69 feature, so callers may remain anonymous.

    Compliance resources for specific areas listed under Other Compliance Resources (link this to the page) may also be contacted directly.
  • Online
    To file your report online, please choose the organization that the report relates to.

Confidential and Anonymous Reporting

If you wish to report a concern anonymously through the 215-P-COMPLY phone line or the web, you will be given a password. This password will allow you to contact the 215-P-COMPLY line at a later date and possibly provide additional information to assist with the investigation. You may also identify who you are when filing reports using the phone line or web, but request confidentiality about your identity as the inquiry goes forward. If you request this, your identity will be protected within legal limits, to the extent practicable, and to the extent that continued protection does not interfere with Penn’s ability to investigate allegations of misconduct and to take corrective action. Depending on the nature of the allegations raised (e.g., unlawful discrimination), in order to conduct a fair and complete investigation, the full details of the allegations, including your identity, may be shared.

 

 

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