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Online reporting form

You may report a concern anonymously. It is, however, often useful for the investigator to discuss the concern in detail, and so it may assist further investigation if you are able to provide contact details.

If you choose to remain anonymous, please take time to include as much detail as possible when reporting a concern. Where appropriate, and if known, the following details could help instigate an investigation:
  • Where the matter leading to a concern took place
  • How and when the fraud, bribery or theft took place
  • Who is committing the offense
  • Who else may be implicated
  • The approximate value of the concern

You do not need to obtain evidence to support your concern, however if you already hold evidence please detail what this is, and provide details that will allow us to contact you to arrange collection.

This form should be used to report concerns related to fraud related to Staffordshire County Council, our suppliers, partners and employees. The form can also be used to report concerns related to Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Concerns relating to benefits and social housing should be reported to the appropriate district council in the first instance.

  • Does your report date relate to a concern you have previously raised?
  • Name
  • The information you provide on this form is subject to the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018. It may be used for purposes relating to the investigation of crime or misuse of resources, including liaison with the police, and for the purpose of performing other statutory enforcement duties. The Council may also share information provided to it with other bodies for the purpose of prevention, or detection of crime. By clicking submit the information you have provided will be directed to an appropriate investigator. Your data will be held by us until 6 years after any resultant investigation is completed, and criminal sanction completed.

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