Ethics Compliance Hotline

Ethics Compliance Hotline

A&D Forensics ethics compliance hotline is third-party incident reporting service that helps companies maintain whistleblower compliance by providing a safe, anonymous means for stakeholders to file complaints and report suspicious activity.

Protect Your Organization

Fraud, theft, sexual harassment, ethics concerns – these are issues that every organization must be prepared to deal with. It’s imperative that employees, shareholders, customers, and other stakeholders have a means of reporting conduct that may be placing you at risk. Confidential and secure, our anonymous ethics hotline service is a reliable means of collecting and transmitting sensitive information.

Facilitate Anonymous Reporting

In instances of illegal or improper conduct, established communication channels are often ineffective. Employees may feel uncomfortable lodging internal complaints even when there are policies in place to protect them.

Instead of allowing potentially damaging situations to go undisclosed, our fraud and ethics hotline encourages individuals to report information confidentially and without the threat of retaliation.

Enforce Proper Protocol

With our anonymous tip line in place, you can rest assured that all reports will be handled properly from the start, reaching only the designated personnel and containing the information needed to take action.

Encourage Integrity

Establishing an anonymous fraud hotline does more than protect your organization from the damaging effects of misconduct, it helps promote a culture of integrity and encourage honest behavior.

By informing stakeholders how the hotline is to be used and why, you demonstrate how seriously you take your code of conduct and that you have a policy in place for investigating potential infractions.

A&D dedicated team of hotline specialists are trained to handle a diverse range of issues of allegations including:

  • Accounting irregularities and fraud
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Discrimination and abusive practices
  • Employee theft or embezzlement
  • Falsification or destruction of company records
  • Sexual harassment
  • Substance abuse
  • Unethical business practices
  • Violations of government regulations
  • Workplace violence
  • Definition/design of a Hotline Services Model that includes priority of allegation, escalation procedures, report dissemination protocols and monthly reporting.