Whistleblowing

The definition of a whistle-blower is an individual who informs on a person or organisation who is regarded as engaging in an unlawful or immoral activity.

We are talking in this case within the context of the family justice system, it’s employees and it’s associated third party services.

Should you have any information that you believe shows evidence of any wrongdoing, unlawful or immoral activity on the part of any individual or service that works within the family justice system and its associated third part services, please see our whistle-blowing and guidance page for fulls details.

We strongly advise you refer to our whistle blowing guidance prior to taking any protential further action. Our guidance can be found here.

 

The aim is to respond to any queries as soon as possible. For a list of guidelines that constitute wrongdoing, unlawful or immoral activity see here.