Information about making a disclosure under the University’s Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblowing) Policy and Procedure.

The University's Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblowing) Policy and Procedure allows employees or other members of the University to raise concerns and/or disclose information which they believe shows malpractice or wrongdoing. 

The Policy and Procedure sets out how the University will investigate disclosures which are protected by the Public Interest Disclosure Act and the safeguards in place to protect those who disclose concerns.

The Policy and Procedure is not intended to replace other procedures which the University has for investigating concerns (e.g. relating to grievances, complaints and discipline), which will be used where appropriate.

Disclosures under the Policy and Procedure should normally be made to the University Secretary at or by post to: University Secretary, University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS. 

Further guidance on disclosing a concern is provided in the Policy and Procedure.