Report Fraud

Reporting Concerns


UNF is committed to providing a safe, secure, and ethical work place. Effective ethics is a team effort involving the participation and support of every employee. 

As a member of the UNF Osprey Community, you have a responsibility to voice fraud, compliance and ethics concerns.

To help you voice concerns, UNF has engaged Lighthouse Services—a third party hosted hotline provider—to enable the safe, secure, and anonymous reporting of activities which may involve 

misconduct, fraud, abuse, and other violations of UNF policies. 


You may file a report using one of the following methods:



English: 844-401-0004

Spanish: 800-216-1288

E-mail: (must include company name with report)

Fax:        (215) 689-3885 (must include company name with report)



This hotline is NOT a substitute for routine communications between employees and supervisors. 

Likewise, it does not replace communications with Human Resources staff about benefits or other job issues.

UNF management does not condone and prohibits retaliatory action against anyone who reports or inquires, in good faith, about potential breaches of UNF policies.

This is not a 911 or Emergency Service:
Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please dial 911.

What should be reported?

Dishonest or fraudulent activities include:
  • Forgery or alteration of documents (checks, promissory notes, time and attendance records, independent contractor agreements, purchase orders, etc.),
  • Misrepresentation of information on documents,
  • Misuse, mismanagement, or misappropriation of funds, supplies or any other asset (including equipment),
  • Improprieties in the handling or reporting of money transactions,
  • Authorizing or receiving payments for goods not received or services not performed,
  • Authorizing or receiving payments for hours not worked,
  • Theft of University property,
  • Personal use of University credit cards, materials or assets,
  • Falsification of documents or reports,
  • Any apparent violation of Federal, State or local laws,
  • Any similar or related activity.

Is the reporting party's name confidential?


Reports made in the Lighthouse System and associated investigatory records will be kept confidential to the extent possible under applicable state and federal law. Be advised that revealing your identity to Lighthouse may result in disclosure of your identity in response to a public records request under Florida’s public records law [Chapter 119, Florida Statutes].