Chief Compliance Office
Compliance & Ethics Principles
Federal law and UC policies are the foundation of our work
departments, programs and functions within the Chief Compliance organization:
ethics and compliance
UCR's Chief Compliance Officer coordinates the campus's efforts under the University of California's ethics and compliance program plan.
The Chief Compliance Office also manages certain compliance functions:
Learn more about UC's ethics and compliance program and the role of the campus Chief Compliance Officer on UCR's ethics and compliance site.
The Chief Compliance Officer is UCR's Locally Designated Official, responsible for whistleblower and whistleblower protection investigations.
The Compliance Office's Fact-Finding Team conducts investigations for UCR.
Looking for help with a complaint or report, and not sure who to contact? Try the interactive website help@ucr
discrimination and harassment prevention and response
Departments and functions within the Chief Compliance organization support UCR's efforts to create an inclusive, accessible campus free from discrimination and harassment:
- The Office of Title IX, EO & AA coordinates UCR's efforts to prevent and respond to all forms of discrimination and harassment, as well as other behavior prohibited by UCR's Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Complaint and Resolution Policy, and the UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy. The Office also coordinates the campus's affirmative action programs and produces the annual AA plans. Visit the Title IX/EOAA website for more information on how UCR lives the commitment to an equitable, accessible campus experience for faculty, students and staff.
- The Fact-Finding team conducts investigations of discrimination and harassment complaints (as well as whistleblower and other complaints).
audit and advisory services
Audit and Advisory Services conducts audits and consultations to evaluate and promote the system of internal controls, including effective and efficient operations.