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Through his protected lawful whistleblowing activities, Yevgeny Vindman properly reported misconduct involving officials within the Trump Administration's White House and National Security Council, based on this latest report, which followed a review by the U.S. Army, it is now conclusive there was illegal retaliation against Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman, who has since been promoted to Colonel.
There is tremendous negative pressure on police officers with regard to whistleblowing on fellow officers. Whistleblowers risk the threat of harsh penalties such as retaliation, ostracization, and harassment, an officer may be the only witness to a partners alleged misconduct, making the identification of the whistleblower obvious to all. Furthermore, the power of collective bargaining agreements between a city and its officers union has also been under scrutiny in recent days for prohibiting anonymous reporting.
Whistleblowing can be an emotive issue but if firms have an appropriate regime in place it can enable the firm to identify issues and remedy them before they become a significant regulatory or legal failing.
Special Counsel Carolyn Lerner:
The lack of accountability in these cases stands in stark contrast to disciplinary actions taken against VA whistleblowers, the VA has attempted to fire or suspend whistleblowers for minor indiscretions and, often, for activity directly related to the employee's whistleblowing. While OSC has worked with VA headquarters to rescind the disciplinary actions in these cases, the severity of the initial punishments chills other employees from stepping forward to report concerns.
High Court judge Timothy Kerr:
The EY organisation was supposed to have a written whistleblowing policy, though I have no evidence that it had one, it is generally known to professional persons such as accountants that to become a whistleblower often involves a major risk of financial loss through subsequent 'unemployability'.
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