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263 Farmington Avenue, MC 5329
Farmington, CT 06030
Regionals include Avery Point, Greater Hartford, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury, the School of Law and any other units across Connecticut with operations based in Storrs.
We Welcome and Encourage Good-Faith Reporting
The University of Connecticut (University) and University of Connecticut Health Center (UConn Health) are dedicated to the highest standard of ethical and professional conduct in its research, education, and public services activities. Each individual associated with the University/UConn Health are expected to conduct him or herself according to this standard and ensure that his or her actions comply with University/UConn Health policies and relevant laws. To further this end, the University/UConn Health welcomes and encourages reporting of compliance concerns and/or seeking advice regarding compliance issues. The investigation of compliance inquiries is the responsibility of the University’s Office of Audit, Compliance, and Ethics. Any individual may contact the Office of Audit, Compliance & Ethics. If you are not comfortable using the internal resources available, you may report your concern to the REPORTLINE anonymously. Individuals, who report in good faith possible compliance issues, will be accorded confidentiality and/or anonymity to the extent possible under the law. The reporting individual’s identity may, however, become known during the normal course of the investigation. It is a violation of the University’s/UConn Health’s Code of Conduct to retaliate against any individual who has made a good faith complaint.
Please contact the Chief Audit & Compliance Officer at (860) 486-0031 if you believe you have been subject to any retaliatory acts.
In addition, Section 4-61dd of the Connecticut General Statutes is known as the Whistleblower Act. Employees may also file a written complaint regarding corruption, unethical practices, violation of state laws or regulations, mismanagement, gross waste of funds, abuse of authority and/or danger to the public safety with the Auditors of Public Accounts. If you file such a complaint with the State Auditors, you may be treated as a whistleblower. Whistleblowers are provided confidentiality and protection from retaliation for bringing the claim. More information regarding this process can be obtained by calling toll free at 1-800-797-1702 or writing to the Auditors of Public Accounts, 18 Trinity Street, Hartford, CT 06016-1628. Auditors of Public Accounts
See the University of Connecticut Health’s Center complete policy on Reporting Compliance Concerns (Number 2003-33).