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Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing is a procedure which enables employees, partners and suppliers to express any concerns they have about illegal or illegitimate practices involving the council.

You can raise your concerns without fear of victimisation, discrimination or disadvantage.

The council has a whistleblowing policy which enables employees, partners and suppliers to express any concerns they have about illegal or illegitimate practices involving the council.

While it is primarily designed for use by people who work for the council, you can raise your concerns in confidence by:

  • completing the online Whistleblowing Allegation form at the link below

Whistleblowing Allegation form

  • writing (in an envelope marked 'Confidential') to

Head of Planning, Performance & Change
Gloucestershire County Council, 
Shire Hall, 
Gloucester, GL1 2TZ

  • calling the whistleblowing phone line in confidence on 

01452 427052

 

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Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.