Dartmouth College is committed to an environment where all Dartmouth community members are encouraged to report any suspected violations of law or Dartmouth policy without fear of retaliation.
Dartmouth has contracted with an independent third party (EthicsPoint) to serve as the point of intake for receiving complaints and concerns. This service supplements existing offices on campus that help register such concerns, including such issues as academic and research misconduct, child abuse, financial misconduct, sexual assault or abuse, or confidentiality concerns.
We have prepared an FAQ document that provides additional information on this process.
Click here to report any activities that you believe may involve violations of law or Dartmouth policy.
Like all large organizations, the College occasionally receives requests for information or site visits from government regulatory or investigative agencies. Sometimes, the inquiry involves a matter in which the College is directly involved (e.g., an inspection of Dartmouth's facilities by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration). In other instances, the College is not directly involved but possesses relevant information (e.g., a request by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for information concerning an employee, regarding a criminal investigation unrelated to the employee's work at Dartmouth). In either case, it is important that the Office of the General Counsel be notified immediately of all non-routine requests for information or site visits by government agencies. In addition to determining whether the request is legally valid, the Office can assist in assuring that the institution responds satisfactorily and in notifying the appropriate people at Dartmouth. You should also refer all attorneys representing regulatory authorities or the government to the Office of the General Counsel.
Last Updated: 8/13/08