D-11.1 - Act to facilitate the disclosure of wrongdoings relating to public bodies

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25. A public body required to establish and disseminate a procedure to facilitate the disclosure of wrongdoings by its employees must include, in its annual report,
(1)  the number of disclosures received by the designated officer;
(2)  the number of disclosures the processing or examination of which was ended under paragraph 3 of section 22;
(3)  the number of well-founded disclosures;
(4)  the number of disclosures broken down according to the categories of wrongdoings set out in section 4; and
(5)  the number of times information was forwarded under the first paragraph of section 23.
If a public body does not make an annual report, it uses another means it considers appropriate to make this information public once a year.
2016, c. 342016, c. 34, s. 25.
In force: 2017-05-01
25. A public body required to establish and disseminate a procedure to facilitate the disclosure of wrongdoings by its employees must include, in its annual report,
(1)  the number of disclosures received by the designated officer;
(2)  the number of disclosures the processing or examination of which was ended under paragraph 3 of section 22;
(3)  the number of well-founded disclosures;
(4)  the number of disclosures broken down according to the categories of wrongdoings set out in section 4; and
(5)  the number of times information was forwarded under the first paragraph of section 23.
If a public body does not make an annual report, it uses another means it considers appropriate to make this information public once a year.
2016, c. 342016, c. 34, s. 25.