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Theft and other criminal activities involving County employees, contractors, and vendors.
- Theft of equipment and supplies
- Theft of electronic information such as personal identifying information (identity theft)
- Misuse of County vehicles
- Time abuse
- Personal use of County equipment and/or other resources
Violations of the County’s Policy of Equity.
- Discrimination, retaliation, and/or inappropriate conduct toward others based on a protected status
- Sexual and other unlawful harassment
- Other violations of the County Policy of Equity
These allegations should be referred to the County’s Equity Investigations Unit for investigation.
These allegations should be referred to the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services Welfare Fraud Investigations Unit (DPSS-Welfare) for investigation. Call the DPSS Welfare Fraud Hotline at (800) 873-7283.
- Hiring improprieties
- Promotional improprieties
- Violations of the County whistleblower ordinance
- Violations of Civil Service Rules
- Other Employment/Labor issues
These allegations are received by the Auditor-Controller’s Office of County Investigations but are typically referred to the Department of Human Resources, Departmental Support Division (HRDS) for investigation.
Workers’ Compensation Fraud
These allegations are received by the Auditor-Controller’s Office of County Investigations but are typically referred to the Chief Executive Office, Risk Management Division (CEO-WC) for investigation.
Matters concerning workplace threats and building/physical security.
- Security incident reporting and threats
- Improper County badge/ID usage
These matters are typically referred to the Sheriff Department’s Court Services Division, Security Operations Unit at (213) 974-2628 or (213) 974-7926.
For immediate building security issues, contact the Sheriff Department’s Countywide Services Division, County Services Bureau (24-Hour Watch Commander) at (213) 974-8000.
Concerns about management decisions and/or ineffective management.
- Management decisions that do not align with County strategic plan goals
- Poor programmatic outcomes and measures of effectiveness
- Budget issues
These allegations are received by the Auditor-Controller’s Office of County Investigations but are often referred to the Chief Executive Office and/or discussed with the Board of Supervisors.
Other Non-County Agencies.
- In-Home Support Services
- Other matters controlled by State, federal, and other jurisdictions
These matters should be reported to the responsible jurisdiction for investigation.
Violations of the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.
- Inappropriate access to protected health information without a business need.
- Lost or stolen documents, files, medical records that contain protected health information.
- Lost or stolen electronic devices such as laptops, thumb drives, computer equipment, etc., that contain protected health information.
- A patient denied access and/or copies of their medical records without an exception to the HIPAA regulations.
- An individual denied a copy of the covered department’s notice of privacy practices.
- A patient’s request for an amendment to their medical records was denied.
- A patient denied access an accounting of disclosures that the covered department made without his authorization.
- A patient’s special requests regarding confidential communications about their health information was denied.
These matters should be referred to the Los Angeles County Chief HIPAA Privacy Officer.
Provides assistance to youth regarding Group Home concerns.
- Personal rights issues
- Not getting respect
- Complaints about food or clothing
- Personal belongings taken
- Unfair discipline
- Feeling intimidated or isolated
- Other issues
These allegations should be referred to the Los Angeles County Children’s Group Home Ombudsman.