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Posted September 6, 2012

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Employees Encouraged to Use APS Whistleblower Hotline to Report Fraud, Waste

Ethical Advocate accepts confidential reporting online.

APS employees are encouraged to use the district’s whistleblower hotline to report fraud, waste and abuse of state resources. Ethical Advocate accepted 145 reports online and by phone last year. 

Reports made through Ethical Advocate are confidential, and are sent to APS Internal Audit for investigation. 

Web users are assigned a password and may keep the information they submit confidential. It’s important that they keep their password after making the initial report and check back frequently in case more information is needed. Because the report is made confidentially, it’s the only way for Internal Audit to follow up but maintain the user’s anonymity. Internal Audit also uses the system to report back when the investigation is completed. 

Visit the whistleblower information page on the APS website.

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