Public Interest Disclosure Procedure

The University is committed to maintaining high standards in the way in which it conducts its business. As required by the law, we have in place a Procedure to enable genuine concerns to be raised about serious malpractice.

All members of the University are reminded that, should they have any genuine concerns relating to some actual or potential danger, fraud or other illegal or unethical conduct, they can make a public interest disclosure under the University’s Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblowing) Policy.  This provides a process by which individuals can disclose matters of concern without fear of being penalised or harassed.

The Procedure is available at:

Mark Humphriss
University Secretary

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