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Such reports can be made anonymously and in each instance, the College will make its best effort to honor confidentiality. The more information given in a report the more thorough the College's follow up can be. Raising such concerns is a service to the College and, when done in good faith, will not result in retaliation or jeopardize our standing at Williams. No one may retaliate in any way against an employee who, in good faith, reports a suspected violation in accordance with this Code.  The College must, however, reserve the right to distinguish between reports made in good faith and with a reasonable belief in their accuracy, on the one hand, and those made maliciously or with knowledge of their falsity, on the other.

Protection from Retaliation
Raising such concerns is a service to the College and, when done in good faith, will not result in retaliation or jeopardize our standing at Williams. No one may retaliate in any way against an employee who, in good faith, reports a suspected violation in accordance with this Code. The College must, however, reserve the right to distinguish between reports made in good faith and with a reasonable belief in their accuracy, on the one hand, and those made maliciously or with knowledge of their falsity, on the other.

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