Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Report Fraud, Corruption and Maladministration

CSU has established the values which underpin all of its activities. The University is committed to upholding these values, with this commitment being reflected in its organisational structure, policies and procedures. All members of the University Community are encouraged to report concerns that University Values have, or are being violated. This site provides the mechanism to report suspected cases of fraud, corruption or maladministration.

The University's nominated disclosure officers operate under regulations that protect the rights of those making disclosures and those who are the subject of disclosures. Staff members who make disclosures (whistle blowers) are provided with specific legal protection under the Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994 (PID Act).

If you wish to make a disclosure please ensure you read and understand the CSU's  Public Interests and other Disclosures Policy which is contained in the CSU Policy Library.


Select the image above to make a disclosure.

CSU Online Fraud Awareness Training

This package is intended for the use by CSU Staff and may also be of use to other members of the University Community.

ELMO online Learning packages

Understanding and Minimising Corrupt Conduct (external link)

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username : csu
password: audit