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the City of Philadelphia Open Records Policy, this form CANNOT be used to submit a right to know request under the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Right to Know Law.
To file a Right to Know request with the OIG or to inquire about what OIG information is available through such a request, please contact the OIG Right to Know Officer, Jordan Segall, by
or at 215-686-1770.
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Office of the Inspector General
601 Walnut Street, Suite 300 East
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Report wrongdoing by calling the OIG at 215-686-1770 or completing the following complaint form.
When reporting information to the OIG, please be as specific and provide as much detail as possible. The more information you provide, the more thorough the OIG's initial investigation can be. Any relevant information or knowledge you acquire after filing a report with the OIG should be reported in a follow-up letter, phone call or email.
Are you a City Employee?:
What is your complaint?:
When did the event occur?:
Who else was involved?:
Remaining anonymous is optional when reporting fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement of City funds. You may remain anonymous if you wish; however, you are encouraged to identify yourself so that we may follow up on your complaint.
You also have the option of providing your identifying information for follow-up and then requesting to be a confidential informant. Should this be the option you choose, your identity will be protected to the maximum extent of the law. In addition, there are certain provisions under the Pennsylvania Whistleblower Act that protect City employees from retaliation under certain circumstances.
If you believe that submitting a report to the OIG will place you at risk of retaliation, you should inform the OIG of this concern.
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