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Compliance Program Manual

STATEMENT OF POLICY

REPORTING SUSPECTED CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR

General Policy

As part of its commitment to ethical and legal conduct, UMDNJ expects its employees to bring to the attention of the Compliance Officer, or any of the people he or she designates, information they have about suspected violation of law by any UMDNJ employee or agent. Employees are required to come forward with any such information, without regard to the identity or position of the suspected offender. UMDNJ will treat the information in a confidential manner (consistent with appropriate evaluation and investigation) and will seek to ensure that no acts of retribution or retaliation will be taken against anyone for making a report Because failure to report criminal activity can itself be understood to condone the crime, we emphasize the importance of reporting. Failure to report knowledge of wrongdoing may result in disciplinary action against those who fail to report.

NewUpdated Annual Scholarly Capacity Disclosure Form (Covers Academic Year January 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011 - Must be received by ELO office no later than July 31, 2011)

NJ State Ethics Newsletter Winter 2010

Gifts and Entertainment - A Survey of Practices

Updated Information on Gifts

Search FAQs

Reporting Forms

President Owen's Zero Tolerance Presentation

 


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