Ethics and Compliance

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez plays a fundamental role in the comprehensive education of students of excellence who contribute to the development of Chile. Following this interest, and considering the values shown through its standards, UAI enforces compliance with internal standards and national legal ordinances among its students, employees and collaborators.

To comply with the aforementioned goal, the university, through the Secretary General, provides the university community with tools and communications channels to file a complaint against any prohibited act occurring within the institution and to prevent the commission of certain crimes.

The channels and tools available for the purposes detailed above are:

  1. Complaint Hotline: This communications channel is available to members of the university community to ensure they can make a safe and responsible declaration of the occurrence of an event that violates standards, such as workplace harassment, sexual harassment, conflict of interest, and others. More information here.
  2. Crime Prevention Model: This is a tool that enables the university to prevent and monitor processes and activities that may be exposed to the risk of committing crimes indicated in Law 20.393 (Asset Laundering, Terrorism Financing, Bribery and Reception of Stolen Property).
Crime Prevention Model

To reinforce its commitment to compliance with legal standards and in keeping with its Bylaws, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez has implemented a Crime Prevention Model (CPM) [only in spanish] in compliance with the standards established in Law 20.393 and actively collaborates in the prevention of the crimes of:

Bribery of Public Officials

Any act that involves offering or agreeing to give a public employee an economic benefit (money, property or others) for his/her own benefit of that of a third party, in exchange for undertaking or failing to undertake his/her duties or infringing on these.

Financing Terrorism

Any act that implies requesting, raising or providing funds for the purpose of their use in the commission of any terrorist crime indicated in Law 18.314.

Reception of Stolen Goods

Any act that implies the storage, transport, purchase, sale, transformation or trade, in any form, of goods or animals that have been stolen, misappropriated, or received as stolen goods.

Asset Laundry

Any act that implies hiding or dissimulating the illicit origin of determined goods, knowing that they come from the commission of crimes related to illegal drug trafficking, terrorism, arms trafficking, promotion of child pornography, kidnapping, bribery and others.

Inquiries
A Prevention Officer has been assigned to operate the Crime Prevention Model, and inquiries can be sent to this officer by email.
Complaint system
Complaint system

A complaint hotline has been implemented for reporting situations that may constitute any of the aforementioned crimes or other situation that may affect the university.

Complaint hotline

Code of Honor

This is a standard that sets the rules of conduct for students at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez and determines the applicable procedure in the event of infractions.

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General Regulations for Academic Staff

This is a set of standards that establishes the categories and hierarchies of academic staff and their rights and responsibilities: It includes a section devoted to infringements and their applicable penalties.

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Internal Regulations on Order, Hygiene and Safety for Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez Employees

This is an instrument that regulates worker obligations and prohibitions, regarding their duties, permanence and life at the university. It is only applicable to university employees with work contracts.

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Code of Ethics

This refers to internal regulations that set the standards of conduct for university administrative and teaching staff.

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Standards of Procedure Applicable to the Code of Ethics

This refers to regulations that set the operating standards applicable to investigation processes for infringements to the Code of Ethics.

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Harassment Protocol

The university has an institutional process and internal regulations to channel, investigate and eventually penalize behavior that contravenes the standards established in the university regulations in force.

See document (only in spanish)


Reports
Crime Prevention Model Law 20.393
Document
Date
File
2017 Semester I Report
July 31, 2017
2017 Semester II Report
January 31, 2018
2018 Semester I Report
August 20, 2018
Inquiries Reports
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