9. Reporting Suspected Misconduct
The University of Colorado is committed to meeting federal and state legal requirements and fostering a culture of compliance. University employees are expected to report known and suspected violations of university policies, as well as violations of applicable laws and regulations to appropriate offices. The university provides several options for reporting violations. Employees are encouraged to first report any known or suspected violations to their direct supervisor. Fraud, theft, embezzlement, abuse, or waste may be reported to the University Department of Internal Audit. The University's Ethics Hotline allows individuals to anonymously report concerns involving a possible violation of law, regulation, or policy. All university employees who act in good faith in reporting known or suspected violations of law or university policy are protected from retaliation.
Related Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
The following is a list of policies, procedures and guidelines related to this ethical principle – the list may not be all-inclusive of the related policies, procedures and guidelines.
Board of Regent Policies [contact info]
Administrative Policy Statements [contact info]
- Academic Policies
- Administrative/General Policies
- Finance Policies
- Human Resources Policies
Training is available online via the Skillsoft training tool. To get more information, log in to your campus employee portal, click on the NavBar, select CU Resources > Training > Start Skillsoft.