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Fraud and/or criminal conviction

'Sharepoint' links point to the OUH intranet, which is accessible to staff with an OUH login.

Examples of concerns

A colleague:

  • is making false expense claims
  • has an undisclosed criminal conviction
  • is working elsewhere when they are signed off sick from OUH
  • is prescribing drugs then keeping them for their own use

Informal advice

Wellbeing support

What to do next

  • Use the contact details above to report your concerns
  • Don't speak to multiple people about your concerns
  • Keep any supporting evidence or notes secure
  • Do not investigate concerns yourself
  • If the Anti-Crime Service advises that it is not a counter fraud issue, contact your Divisional HR Team

If your concern is not resolved

Follow the formal process set out in the Trust Counter Fraud & Bribery Policy (

Escalating a concern

  1. Chief Finance Officer
  2. Director of Fraud (TIAA):

For more detail please visit:

Signposting formal employee concerns | Counter Fraud

Last reviewed:18 March 2024