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California State University, Long BeachCalifornia State University, Long Beach

To Report the Improper Acts of State Agencies or Employees Call the Campus Internal Auditor or Bureau of State Audits

What to report:

Improper acts by a state employee (not including the State Legislature, the courts or their employees):

  • Any suspected misuse of Recovery Act funds
  • Theft, fraud, or conflicts of interest by state employees
  • Misuse or abuse, or anything that’s wasteful of state property or employee time
  • Gross misconduct, incompetence, or inefficiency by state employees

complaints are investigated:

The California State Auditor investigates complaints and reports the results of substantiated allegations to the:

  • Head of the employing agency.
  • The Legislature, the Governor, and appropriate law enforcement agencies
  • General public, keeping identities confidential

State Law:

  • Protects your identity (except from law enforcement)
  • Helps guard against intimidation, threats, or coercion by state employees that could interfere with your right to disclose improper government activities
  • Helps keep you safe from reprisal, retaliation, threats, or coercion for reporting such information

You are legally protected from retailiation:

Acts that could interfere with your right to report suspected improper governmental activities should be reported immediately to: The CSU Vice Chancellor of Human Resources in writing at 401 Golden Shore, Long Beach, CA 90802-4210.

Report what you know

You have three options to file a complaint:

  1. CSULB Director of Internal Auditing Services/Information Security Officer
    Aysu Spruill

    (562) 985-4818

    California State University, Long Beach
    1250 Bellflower Boulevard, Mail Stop 5702
    Building FM/SRM - 115
    Long Beach, CA 90840-5702

  2. Bureau of State Audits

    (800) 952-5665
    (866) 293-8729 (TTY)
    Fax: (916) 322-2603

    Bureau of State Audits, Investigations
    555 Capitol Mall, Suite 300
    Sacramento, CA 95814

    File a complaint online with the Bureau of State Audits

  3. California Attorney General's Whistleblower Hotlines

    (800) 952-5225
    (916) 322-3360