Integrity Hotline

Welcome to the International Olympic Committee’s Integrity and Compliance Hotline

This Hotline can be used to:

  1. Report suspicious approaches or activities related to competition manipulation. For all football related reports, please use the existing reporting mechanisms of FIFA and UEFA. For all tennis related reports, please use the reporting mechanism of ITIA. For all doping related reports, please contact the WADA, the ITA or your national/regional responsible authority.
  2. Report incidents when you feel that you may have been the victim of, or have witnessed, an incident of harassment and/or abuse during the Olympic Games.
  3. Report infringements of the IOC CODE OF ETHICS or other matters, including financial misconduct or further legal, regulatory and ethical breaches over which the IOC has jurisdiction.
  4. Report Press freedom violations journalists and media representatives working on Olympic Games-related coverage may have experienced.

Important considerations:

  • Confidentiality: Your identity will not be disclosed to persons beyond those responsible for investigating your report, without your explicit consent.
  • Anonymity: Any person can request to stay anonymous and such request will be respected by the IOC. However, providing certain information about you will increase the possibility for the IOC to investigate and address the situation you have reported.
  • Press report option is intended solely for journalists and media representatives reporting on the organisation and staging of the Olympic Games who – in this context – may have experienced a violation of their freedom and wish to make a complaint to the IOC. Each incident report will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis

CLICK HERE for details regarding protective measures and the process the IOC will undertake following the submission of a report.

In cooperation with UNODC, the IOC published a study IOC-UNODC Reporting Mechanisms in Sport: A Practical Guide for Development and Implementation. This Guide provides information on good practice for sports organizations with regard to receiving and handling reports of wrongdoing and provides an overview of current practices and frameworks.

If you have already filed a report, please click on the button belove: INBOX


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