Anonymity and confidentiality

Yes, the Act allows you to disclose anonymously if you want to.

If you opt for this, please provide as much detail as possible because we will not be able to contact you afterwards. If we do not have all the information we need to carry out pre-investigation audits, we might not be able to handle your disclosure.  

The name of the whistleblower is never made public. If the wrongdoing is founded, we may release the conclusions from the investigation, but only if the whistleblowers’ identity can be protected and they can be protected against reprisal.  

Do you have information to disclose? Do it now

We take all necessary measures to protect your identity and that of the people who cooperate in the investigation.

Your disclosure will be handled completely confidentially. Your personal information is protected and can only be accessed by the people authorized to use it as part of their job.

In addition, the disclosure form on our website is secure and designed to protect your personal information.

Important: We can convey information to bodies responsible for the prevention, detection or repression of crime or statutory offences.

Are you filing a complaint about reprisal as the result of a disclosure? As part of the investigation we conduct, we necessarily reveal the identity of the whistleblower to the public body or the person who allegedly carried out reprisal.