欧洲杯开户If your complaint relates to you as a staff member of the University, you need to follow our human resources and staff related complaint procedures.
Public Interest Disclosures
If your complaint is related to wrongdoing by the University, you may be able to submit a Public Interest Disclosure (PID) under the protection of the PID Act.
Any member of the public can submit a public complaint. Staff and students can also use this process providing the matter is not related to your employment or enrolment at the University.
Before you submit a formal complaint, we recommend you raise your concern with the person or section involved. This provides the parties involved a chance to address your complaint. Many complaints can be resolved without the need to lodge a formal complaint.
If you have been unable to resolve your concern to your satisfaction or you are unable to contact the person or section directly you can lodge a formal complaint in writing via mail or email.
Our complaint process
欧洲杯开户Our process for handling complaints is written in our and (must be signed in to the to view).
After you have submitted a formal complaint you can expect to receive an acknowledgement receipt within five University working days. The University will then aim to resolve your complaint within six weeks.
If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your formal complaint you can raise your complaint with any relevant external organisation. Western Australian government agencies that investigate complaints include:
- for complaints about decision making within the University
- for matters relating to discrimination
- for consumer protection related matters
- for matters relating to minor misconduct
- for matters of serious misconduct.