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Whistleblowing is the term used when someone who works in, or for an organisation, wishes to raise concerns about malpractice in the organisation (for example, crimes, civil offences, miscarriages of justice, dangers to health and safety or the environment), and the covering up of any of these.

A Whistleblowing Policy (333KB) provides employees with a clear procedure on how to raise confidentially, any concerns they may have about the action(s) of persons, such as a colleague or an elected Member, which do not fall under the remit of complaints or grievance policies.

It allows an employee to raise concerns that are within the public interest, and reasonably believed to be true, in the knowledge that they will be protected from any reprisals or victimisation.

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Head of Audit and Risk Management
City of London Corporation
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London EC2P 2EJ

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