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Confidential Hotline 800-403-4744
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Please note: This is not a 911 service. If you are concerned about an immediate threat to life or property, or need to report a criminal activity in progress, please contact 911 or your local emergency service.

The University of California takes violations of federal and state laws, and of University policy, seriously. We have selected EthicsPoint to provide a confidential means for reporting suspected misconduct. You may report your concerns by calling our hotline, at 800-403-4744, and speaking with an EthicsPoint representative.

Or, simply click on the location where the incident took place: one of our ten campuses, five medical centers, our national laboratory, the Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources, or the Office of the President.

To check the status of a report you previously made, please click on the location.

With either method of reporting, you can choose to remain anonymous. You will receive a report key and password that will allow you to continue to communicate with us anonymously.

This hotline service allows you to report incidents of the following nature:

  • Fraud, Theft or Embezzlement
  • Economic Waste, or Misuse of University Resources
  • Conflicts of Interest or Conflicts of Commitment
  • Computer Security and other Privacy Violations
  • Public or Environmental Health and Safety
  • Discrimination or Harassment, Sexual Harassment
  • Research or Academic Misconduct
  • Compliance with University Policies
  • Retaliation
  • Workplace Misconduct

If you experience or observe behavior that is inconsistent with our Principles of Community, please report it here.

This service is not intended to replace management or supervisory oversight. You may always report your concerns directly to your manager. Personnel issues may also be addressed to Human Resources or Labor Relations. Each campus has a Locally Designated Official who can receive your reports, as well, keeping them confidential to the extent possible.

The University of California does not tolerate retaliation against those who have reported suspected wrongdoing. For more information on the University’s Whistleblower Policy, Whistleblower Protection Policy, please visit our website.


Medical Centers

National Laboratory

Agriculture and Natural Resources

Office of the President

To report a concern directly to the Office of Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services, please contact: