SLU Integrity Hotline
Concerns of misconduct can be reported in a variety of ways:
- Report a concern online
- Call 1-877-525-5669
- Download the anonymous web reporting app, available in Apple’s App Store and Google Play store (organization keyword: “SLU”)
As guided by the Reporting Concerns of Misconduct Policy, all members of the Saint Louis University community are responsible for ensuring that university operations are conducted with honesty and integrity. If you have a reason to believe that a member of the community may have violated a law, rule, regulation or policy, you have a responsibility to submit a good faith report of those concerns.
Saint Louis University’s Non-Retaliation Policy prohibits retaliation against any individual who, in good faith, reports an allegation of misconduct or participates in an investigation. A causal relationship between the good faith participation and an adverse action is needed to demonstrate that retaliation has occurred.
Acts of misconduct are detrimental to Saint Louis University and harmful to our patients, students, faculty and staff. If you have a concern or complaint, please make a confidential report immediately.
What to Report?
|Concerns Involving Students||Concerns Involving Employees, Faculty, or Staff|
|Use the Incident Reporting Form.||
Please note all options for the Integrity Hotline:
If you have concerns or questions regarding SLUCare (now SSM), please contact the SSM Ethics and Compliance Helpline at 877-427-7275.
A caller can report any type of concern to the hotline. Examples include but are not limited to:
- Violations of the law
- Violations of University policy
- Any type of activity suggesting fraudulent reporting or misappropriation of funds
- Concerns regarding billing practices
- Sexual harassment
- Workplace misconduct
- Hostile work environment
- Breach of privacy
The SLU Integrity Hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
All reports are initially received by a third-party company who is not directly affiliated with Saint Louis University.
No call tracing or recording devices are ever used during the phone call. Your call will be answered by a trained interview specialist who will submit a report to the Office of University Compliance.
Yes, you have the option to give your name or report anonymously.
Yes. The Non-Retaliation Policy at Saint Louis University prohibits retaliation against any individual who, in good faith, reports an allegation of misconduct or participates in an investigation. A causal relationship between the good faith participation and an adverse action is needed to demonstrate that retaliation has occurred.
Yes, you will be given a password and call back date at the end of your call should you desire to follow up on the status of your report, or if you would like to provide additional information.
The hotline is not your only option. Anyone may register concerns of misconduct to their supervisor or to the Office of University Compliance and Ethics.