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- updated 1 December 2023


The SG Serve's Board, committee members, staff and volunteers are committed to conducting all the activities with integrity and the highest ethical standards whilst complying with applicable laws and regulations. SG Serve's Whistle Blowing Policy aims to provide a means through which the staff or members of the public could, in good faith, raise concerns over a breach of these standards, and highlight incidents of malpractice or wrongdoings within SG Serve. This Policy applies to any suspected improprieties involving the Board, committee members, staff or volunteers of SG Serve.


All concerns will be treated in confidence and every effort will be made not to reveal the identity of the employee or member of the public making the report if so desired. At the appropriate time, however, it may be necessary to come forward as a witness. 


SG Serve does not tolerate retaliation against anyone for raising a concern in good faith. SG Serve has zero-tolerance for retaliation. 


You may make reports through the whistle-blowing email address anonymously. However, if you do choose to remain anonymous when raising a concern, we may not be able to follow up with you for any missing information. Therefore, if you decide to submit an anonymous report, we urge you to provide sufficient details such as the names of those involved, dates, locations and any particulars you can think of so that we can conduct an effective investigation. Otherwise, our ability to investigate may be limited. 

Report any violations or get more information via the whistle-blowing email address for SG Serve: 


The report sent through the whistle-blowing email address will be received by the external auditor of SG Serve.


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