Public Concern at Work, the whistleblowing charity, is the leading authority in the field. We aim to protect society by encouraging workplace whistleblowing.
- We advise individuals with whistleblowing dilemmas at work
- We support organisations with their whistleblowing arrangements
- We inform public policy and seek legislative change
Frequently asked questions
- What is Whistleblowing?
- Someone blows the whistle when they tell their employer, a regulator, customers, the police or the media about a dangerous or illegal activity that they are aware of through their work. read more >
- Why should I blow the whistle?
- Whistleblowing can inform those who need to know about health and safety risks, potential environmental problems, fraud, corruption, deficiencies in the care of vulnerable people, cover-ups and many other problems. Often it is only through whistleblowing that this information comes to light and can be addressed before real damage is done. read more >