Making a Report

We all have a role in setting the behavioural standard in the University. If you have knowledge or reason to believe a member of the University community has engaged in inappropriate or improper conduct, you should report it. 

“The standard you walk past is the standard you accept”Lieutenant-General David Morrison AO

Making a report can be confronting.

Information is available to help answer the most common questions about how to report, what will happen once you make a report, what you can make a report about, specific information on reporting sexual misconduct, and protections available for whistleblowers.

This reporting behavioural misconduct flowchart provides a very simple view of the general reporting process. Alternative text for the flowchart is available.

You can contact the Integrity Unit by phone or email with any questions about the process.

We are happy to discuss your options to help you make an informed decision about whether you wish to make a report. If you’d like to be anonymous, you can call us and just let us know that you don’t want to provide your name.