What makes an allegation credible?

Category: Reporting allegations to the PSEA unit

An allegation is credible when the source, nature, and information provided suggest that the allegation is plausible and warrants further investigation. Credibility does not mean that there must be proof before an investigation has begun. Any doubts about credibility should not delay investigation or reporting. GAC will let you know if the case is not considered SEA. When in doubt: REPORT.

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