Whistleblower Resources

Blowing the whistle can be complicated and daunting. The National Whistleblower Center has compiled some key resources that can inform you on whistleblowing best practices, frequently asked questions, and other whistleblower protections knowledge.

Frequently Asked Questions

The National Whistleblower Center has put together a comprehensive FAQ page designed to answer your questions on whistleblowers and whistleblower protections.

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The Whistleblower's Handbook

The Whistleblower's Handbook is the essential guide for learning about blowing the whistle and whistleblower protections.

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High Risk Industries

When companies face financial pressure, the potential for fraudulent behavior is particularly acute. NWC has identified several industries that are at a high risk of fraud and assembled resources for whistleblowers to learn more.

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What Whistleblowers Need to Know

NWC's board chairman and co-founder, Stephen Kohn, made a ten-step crash course guide into blowing the whistle.

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Deadlines for Filing Whistleblower Claims

If whistleblowers miss the deadline for filing, they will lose their case. That’s why it’s critical to be familiar with the statutes of limitation for different types of claims.

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The Truth of Non-Disclosure Agreements

Many restrictive non-disclosure agreements are illegal and void when they attempt to prevent whistleblowers from reporting crimes.

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The Importance of Rewards

Whistleblower reward laws are the key to successfully combating fraud and corruption.

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Debunking Whistleblower Myths

There are many questions and concerns surrounding whistleblowers and the laws that protect them. The National Whistleblower Center provides a guide debunking these myths and more.

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What Journalists Need to Know

It is important for reporters and journalists to know best practices when reporting on a whistleblower's story. Here's a list of things to know before you write about whistleblowers in the news.

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Case Studies

A question NWC often receives is: what does fraud look like? We've taken a look at several high profile cases in industries with a high risk of fraud in order to give some examples of what to look for.

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Amicus Curiae Briefs

Attorneys affiliated with the NWC have written and filed numerous Amicus Curiae briefs in precedent-setting cases around the country.

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Reports & Presentations

The National Whistleblower Center compiled all our special reports and presentations to best inform you about everything whistleblowers.

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