UCLA is committed to responsible stewardship of the public and private resources that enable it to pursue its mission. Compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures strengthens and promotes ethical practices and ethical treatment of members of the UCLA community and those who conduct business with the University.
In order to address intentional and unintentional violations of laws, regulations, policies, or procedures, the University encourages voluntary reporting of suspected violations.
Suspected improper governmental activities (primarily, violations of State and Federal laws/regulations) may be reported to the University's Whistleblower Hotline (800-403-4744). Alternatively, suspected improper governmental activity and other wrongdoing may be reported to the appropriate campus compliance entity.
The reporting options are summarized in the UCLA Whistleblower Poster, which can be displayed on workplace bulletin boards.
State law and the University's Whistleblower Protection Policy prohibit retaliating against employees and applicants for employment who made good faith reports of suspected improper governmental activity. If you believe you have been retaliated against in violation of the Whistleblower Protection Policy, please see UCLA Procedure 620.1 for more information about your complaint options.