Let the Children Hear (LTCH) is committed to the highest possible standards of openness, probity and accountability. This policy recognises that employees, staff and volunteers may sometimes have concerns about how LTCH conducts its business but feel unable to raise these in the normal way.

It is important that any fraud, bribery, corruption, misconduct, wrongdoing or unethical behaviour by staff or others working on behalf of the charity is reported and properly dealt with. We therefore require all individuals to raise any concerns that they may have about the conduct of others in the charity or the way in which the organisation is run. Please refer to the Fraud, Bribery & Corruption Policy.

If you have any issues outlined in this policy that you would like to report in total confidence then please email our UK trustees


Let the Children Hear Whistle Blowing Policy

Let the Children Hear Anti Fraud and Corruption Policy