Handling Anonymous Reports

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When a company receives a report of wrongdoing from an anonymous reporter, the allegation must be reviewed. But anonymous reports can pose some difficulties.

This cheat sheet outlines best practices for dealing with anonymous reporters.


Download this cheat sheet to learn:
  • Reasons people report anonymously
  • One thing you should never do
  • How to find information to support the report
  • …and more
About the Author

Meric Craig Bloch
Meric Craig Bloch

Principal, Winter Compliance LLC

Meric Craig Bloch is the Principal of Winter Compliance LLC, a consulting practice helping organizations create effective internal investigations programs through investigation process design, investigator training, and investigations management. He has designed, implemented and managed the workplace-investigations processes for multinational Fortune 500 companies, trained thousands of HR and compliance professionals to conduct investigations and has conducted more than 400 internal investigations of fraud and serious workplace misconduct in the US and internationally.

Meric is an attorney, a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional – Fellow, a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Professional Certified Investigator and has written two books on investigations as well as chapters in industry publications. He is on the faculty of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ Basic Compliance and Ethics Academy.

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