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UT Tyler Compliance Office

Protection from Retaliation for Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing

UT Tyler is committed to including employees in the process of ensuring that UT Tyler operates in an ethical, honest and lawful manner. It is therefore the policy of UT Tyler to:

  1. Encourage employees to report, or cause to be reported, and to assist in any investigation by persons authorized or responsible for such matters, known or suspected violations of laws, rules, policies, or regulations, or improper activities.
  2. Prohibit unlawful retaliation against employees as a consequence of good faith actions in the reporting of, or the participation in an investigation pertaining to, allegations of wrongdoing.

Policies Regarding Reporting of and Protection from Retaliation

UTS 131: Protection from Retaliation for Reporting Suspected Wrongdoing

Procedures for the Handling of an Allegation of Retaliation

To report suspected retaliation, contact the UT Tyler Administration Retaliation Compliant Officer

Ms. Amy Clem
Director of Human Resources
3900 University Blvd. ADM 108
Tyler, TX 75799

Reporting Known or Suspected Violations of Laws, Rules, Regulations or Policies

Call the UT Tyler Ethics Hotline at: 1.877.507.7318

In the event that the alleged wrongdoing is significant or widespread, or applies to the U.T. System as a whole, individuals may alternatively submit a report through one of the following:

U. T. System Chief Audit Executive

Mr. J. Michael Peppers
U.T. System Audit Office
702 Colorado Street, CLB 3.100
Austin, TX 78701

Vice Chancellor and General Counsel and U. T. System Ethics Officer

Mr. Dan Sharphorn
Office of General Counsel
201 West Seventh Street
Austin, TX 78701-2982

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