Start by identifying the problem, and think through what occurred. Describe all the facts you are aware of. Develop your statement carefully, as well as anything else that is relevant to the report. The information you provide must be as accurate and detailed as possible. Omit private opinions or speculations.
Use the questions below to provide as clear a picture as possible:
  • What type of event the complaint concerns?
  • Who is/are involved?
  • When it happened?
  • Where it happened?
  • If it was a one-off event, or if the problem is ongoing or recurring?

Include contact information of potential witnesses, or state where to find any evidence (e.g. in paper or electronic format).

The most clear and simple communication is via the online form. Regardless of how you wish to make a report, a case will be created for your report in the whistleblower system. We offer different channels to allow you the opportunity to choose the reporting manner in which you feel most comfortable communicating.
Regardless of which channel you choose, no data about who has submitted the report will be saved.
In the whistleblower system, you will always start off by being anonymous. When you are anonymous, your personal data is not saved. If you wish to disclose your identity, this is something you can choose to do at a later stage — when you create your report. Then you will receive the question of whether you wish to disclose your identity to the case worker who is handling the report. You can also choose to disclose your identity to the organisation that the report concerns.
We hope that you will choose to disclose your contact details to the case worker, as this facilitates the handling of the case. Please note that when you choose this option, you will only disclose your identity to the external case worker, and not to the organisation that your report concerns.

You wish to leave a report that concerns
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Before you begin, it may be a good idea to take some time and consider what you wish to communicate in the report. In your mind, formulate what happened as clearly as you can, so that even someone who does not know the full story will understand. This will also decrease the need for follow-up questions and facilitate the handling of the case.

HOW DO YOU WISH TO MAKE A REPORT?
ALL OF THE OPTIONS ARE EQUALLY AS SECURE. CHOOSE THE OPTION THAT SUITS YOU THE BEST:

VIA AN ONLINE FORM

VIA A POSTED LETTER

VIA A PHONE CALL