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Reporting Form: Fraud, Waste & Abuse

Report fraud, waste, or abuse at the City of Albuquerque.

Thank you for your willingness to help the City of Albuquerque prevent fraud, waste and abuse.

To report indications or suspicions of fraud, misuse of resources by City employees, vendors, or contractors and suspected violations of City policy.

About: Being Anonymous

When reporting fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement to the Office of the Inspector General, you may remain anonymous if you wish. However, you are encouraged to identify yourself so that we can follow up on your tip to obtain additional information that will aid us in our investigation.

If you give your name, your identity will be protected to the maximum extent allowed by law.

Whistle-Blower Ordinance

If you are an employee of the City of Albuquerque you have certain rights provided for in the Whistle-Blower Ordinance.

Download: City of Albuquerque Whistle-Blower Ordinance

If you believe that by filing a complaint with the Office of the Inspector General you may be at risk of reprisal, inform the Office of the Inspector General of this fact.

Be as Specific as Possible

When reporting information to the Office of the Inspector General, be as specific and provide as much detail as possible: the who, what, where, when and why of the matter.

The more information you provide, the more thorough any Office of the Inspector General investigation can be.

Complainant Information
Do you wish to remain anonymous?

Do you want your information to remain Confidential?

Case Information
Please provide all available information about the person(s) who you believe committed the potential fraud, waste or abuse. If the information is unknown, leave the field blank. However, without a known subject our ability to investigate this allegation will be somewhat limited.
Is this person a:

What one category best describes the violation you believe occurred?

Instructions: Violation Description

Please provide details of the issue you believe to be a violation. The more specific details you provide the better able we will be to respond to your complaint.

Remember to tell us:

  • Who you believe committed a violation,
  • What they did,
  • Where the violation occurred,
  • When the violation occurred,
  • How it happened, and
  • If you know why the person committed the violation.
Witness Information
Are there other individuals who witnessed the violation you are reporting?