File a Whistleblower Complaint

Background

If you believe that you've learned of, or are being impacted by, an improper or unsafe activity on campus, you may wish to file a Whistleblower Complaint, pursuant to the CSU Executive Order 1115. The Compliance and Internal Control unit in Risk Management has been designated to accept Whistleblower Complaints that are pursuant to Executive Order 1115. Additionally, you may also elect to file an Executive Order 1115 Whistleblower Complaint directly to the Chancellor's Office. 

Click here for more information about how to file a Whistleblower Complaint at CSUEB, the Chancellor's Office, or the State Auditor (click on the Where to Report tab).

"Executive Order 1115 (article II, § G) defines Improper Governmental Activity, reportable as a Whistleblower Disclosure, as activity that:

(1) is in violation of any state or federal law or regulation, including, but not limited to, corruption, malfeasance, bribery, theft of government property, fraudulent claims, fraud, coercion, conversion, malicious prosecution, misuse of government property, or willful omission to perform duty, or

(2) is economically wasteful, or involves gross misconduct, incompetence, or inefficiency. For the purposes of this policy, “Improper Governmental Activity” includes Significant Threats to Health or Safety and Illegal Order(s)."