The Integrity Unit receives and oversees reports and complaints of misconduct and inappropriate behaviour.
It undertakes investigations into serious matters and undertakes education and prevention activities. The Integrity Unit receives reports from members of the University community and members of the public.
The University community includes students, staff, titleholders, volunteers, visitors and contractors.
The focus of the Integrity Unit is on matters relating to:
- Sexual misconduct by any member of the University community
- Bullying, harassment and discrimination by any member of the University community
- Fraud, corruption, maladministration and conflicts of interest by any member of the University community
The Integrity Unit Charter provides more details on the role and responsibilities of the Integrity Unit.
The Integrity Unit triages all complaints and disclosures received. Matters may be investigated by the Integrity Unit or referred to other areas of the University or external parties to respond to reports in an appropriate, flexible, victim centric and procedurally fair manner.
The Integrity Unit can provide confidential information and assistance to individuals who are unsure about whether they wish to make a report. You can contact the Unit anonymously by phone.
The Integrity Unit has responsibility for designing and implementing additional preventative measures that contribute to the University's commitment to a safe and inclusive culture. This includes the proactive distribution of information, education, and advice. It also includes the promotion of awareness programs, appropriate supports, and facilitating a client-centred complaints process, thereby helping to support the University’s Values and Behaviours Framework.