Utah Needs Whistleblowers …
Introduction: We encourage local and state employees to report conduct you believe is unlawful or inappropriate in government operations. Utah needs you to bring such information to the attention of Utah’s District Attorneys and/or other proper authorities who can take appropriate action. Below are resources related to whistleblower (or Qui Tam) laws and practices, designed to provide education, increase your ability to protect yourself and remain anonymous, and possibly lead to financial remuneration. You, the whistleblower, not Justice4All, must determine whether any particular workplace activity is unlawful or inappropriate. Proper authorities must then decide what to do about it.
5 Steps To Help You Succeed
1. Know You are NOT Alone … You may feel isolated in your efforts, but thousands of other former government employees, like us, have “been there and done that” and effected change. Justice4All.blog trustees include former government whistleblowers, a former FBI agent, Veterans of military intelligence, counterintelligence, and special operations. We were entrusted to guard this nation’s most critical information, and remain dedicated to successfully expose government corruption.
2. Make an Informed Plan to Cover Your Posterior … Protect yourself with expert advice from experienced whistleblowers and those who supported them. Here are resources to get you started:
3. Secure Your Communications … Handle ALL communications AWAY FROM YOUR WORKPLACE, and only use your own PRIVATE email account. If you need anonymous educational information (we do NOT provide legal advice), or if you have an anonymous tip to share, click here to email us. You may also subscribe to free ProtonMail specifically designed to protect anonymous sources (see PCMag Review).
4. Document, Document, Document … Collect detailed information that can be utilized to expose incidents and patterns of shady dealings, fraud, waste, and corruption. This includes any threats, coercion, and intimidation you or coworkers experience that is unlawful. Report even the barest whiff, sniff, or sense of attempts to retaliate.
5. Keep Calm, Cool, Composed and Confident … Change takes time, patience, and a cool, thoughtful head. When it comes to exposing corruption, a slow, steady pace almost always beats a mad rush.
Watch this 6-minute video, “Whistleblowing 101” by The Washington Post
“If you see something, say something!”
Friends, your credible “Tips” have been priceless!
We accept credible tips (whistleblower or otherwise) and low hanging, fraud fruit that supports our mission. We’ll keep your correspondence in confidence. Justice4All trustees include former government whistleblowers, a former FBI agent, Veterans of military intelligence, counterintelligence, and special operations, and a junkyard dog prosecuting attorney. We were entrusted to guard this nation’s most critical information and will continue to do so.
You may also mail information to:
6720 Buena Vista Drive
Ogden, UT 84405
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“The Ole’ Buzzard”
Wayne L. Wickizer
“The Ole’ Buzzard” & President of Justice4All
FBI Agent from 1970-76
Only Agent in FBI history to receive a
letter of commendation from Director J. Edgar Hoover
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