Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing

Policy number: 
Policy description: 

The University of North Texas (UNT) supports and promotes a culture of compliance and accountability that encourages all members of the UNT community to conduct themselves lawfully, honestly and with integrity. Everyone within the UNT is expected to operate in an ethical, honest and lawful manner. Preventing and detecting criminal conduct is critical to achieving these goals. The UNT expects and encourages all members of its community, including faculty, students, staff and individuals authorized to act on behalf of the UNT to make good faith reports of suspected wrongdoing. Retaliation against those making good faith reports of misconduct is prohibited.

See full policy (PDF): 
PDF icon Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing
Policy owner: VP for Finance and Administration
Policy contact: 
Steven Hill
Director, Institutional Compliance
Division of Finance and Administration
Applies to: 
Faculty, Staff, Students, All University
Date Issued: 
Friday, August 8, 2014

Last updated: 

New Policy
UNT Policy "Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing" was created to align with UNT Regents Rule 04.1100, Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing. Effective 8/8/2014.