In the course of our work, we frequently discover incidents of malpractice, maladministration and fraud. Unfortunately, there will always be a minority who are compelled to try to cheat their way to success and whose actions threaten to undermine the efforts of hardworking and honest people.
Recent incidents here in the UK of national exam papers being leaked and sold online, have again shown that nowhere is immune from this type of activity.
Of course, a requirement for effectively responding to corruption, is the action of honest people. But it’s not always easy to highlight concerns and we understand that many people would prefer to anonymously report an issue so that they can protect themselves from any potential repercussions.
In May this year, we created and launched our new anonymous reporting portal.
This simple form allows users to report any incident to us, with total anonymity.
Our web page does not record the user’s location details and does not require the user to provide their details if they do not wish to do so.
If you or someone you know feels compelled to report something, then we hope that this will help.