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Integrity Helpline FAQ

The Integrity Helpline is a confidential, 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year service you can access from any location. It is administered by a third party to help maintain confidentiality and, when requested, anonymity. Anyone can log onto or call the Integrity Helpline to request assistance or report a potential ethics violation.

FAQ

How do I contact the Integrity Helpline?
There are two ways to contact the Integrity Helpline: 

  • Via telephone: 866-850-1485 (toll-free in the U.S.) or 971-250-0076 (outside the U.S.)


Can I call toll-free from outside the United States?
Click  here to access the Integrity Helpline toll-free phone numbers for calling from outside the U.S.

 When should I turn to the Integrity Helpline? 
You should turn to the Integrity Helpline in the following circumstances:

  • If you believe that ethics and compliance issues are not being resolved, either through the existing managerial chain of command or other reporting options.
  • If you don't feel comfortable reporting through normal channels.
  • If you'd like confidential assistance on ethics and compliance issues.
  • If you wish to remain anonymous when filing a report.

 What type of issues should be reported? 
Potential violations of the law, regulations, professional standards, policy, or the applicable  Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct that you believe are not being handled properly should be reported immediately. Such potential violations could include, but are not limited to:

  • Non-compliance with professional standards
  • Unlawful discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Workplace violence
  • Substance abuse
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Falsification of documents
  • Inappropriate gifts and entertainment
  • Inappropriate political activities and contributions  
  • Insider trading or other securities law violations
  • Breaches of a client's or a Deloitte U.S. Entity's confidentiality
  • Inappropriate disposal of a Deloitte U.S. Entity's documents
  • Inappropriate personal use of a Deloitte U.S. Entity's resources
  • Theft
  • Bribes and kickbacks
  • Inappropriate client billings
  • Inappropriate reporting of time or expenses
  • Other potential violations of policies

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