Why Report an Incident?

The University is fully committed to integrity in everything we do. All members of our University community are expected to fulfill ethical and other professional standards at all times. Additionally, we abide by federal, state, and local laws and other regulations, fulfill all agreements, and honor policies set by the Kansas Board of Regents, accrediting bodies, and the University.

You are strongly encouraged to provide as much detail as possible in your report so we are better able to investigate your concerns.


Disclaimer: Due to the nature of certain claims, the University may be limited with respect to the action(s) it may be able to take in response to a report if the individual submitting the report does not wish to make his or her identity known. University policy prohibits the taking of any retaliatory action against individuals who make a good faith disclosure of suspected financial or other misconduct, or violations of policy, etc.

This process does not protect an employee who files a report or provides information that he or she knows to be false or who files a report or provides information with reckless disregard for its truth or falsity. An employee who is determined to knowingly have made false accusations or given false information during an investigation may be subject to disciplinary action.

Report an Incident

Lighthouse is NOT a 911 or Emergency Service.
If you require emergency assistance, please contact 911 or your local authorities.