CONTACT OUR ADVICE LINE
Our Advice Line is the beating heart of our charity. Since 1993, when we formed, we’ve supported almost 45,000 whistleblowers.
The public interest concerns we advise on are very diverse. Calls come from every sector, ranging from care home workers worried about residents’ well-being, teachers wanting to know what to do about concerns over finances or governance of their schools, bank staff facing money laundering concerns, factory staff unhappy over the safety of products, breaches of food and hygiene practices, patient safety and fraud issues.
Our advice team consists of staff who all have legal qualifications, have completed several months of our own training and are supervised by lawyers.
We provide free expert advice to whistleblowers, helping you decide how best to raise your concern, advising you on what protection you are entitled to and what you can do if things go wrong. If you need advice on general employment, please contact your local Citizens Advice or ACAS as they may be able to help.
Please note that we do not advocate at the Employment Tribunal, so we cannot represent you. We are not a regulatory body, so cannot investigate your whistleblowing concerns. As we have limited resources, we can only give advice as far as our resources allow.
Before contacting us, we would ask you to first please check if you can find the answer to your query on our advice pages:
If you can’t find the answer to your question on our website, please fill out the contact form below or call us (number below) and we’ll do our best to help you. We’ll aim to get back to you with a response within 5-8 working days.
We’re committed to protecting your privacy, please see below for more details.
You can also contact us on 020 3117 2520
We are open Mon, Tue, Thurs: 9:30am – 1pm, 2pm – 5:30pm; Wed, Fri: 9:30am – 1pm.
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