The newly created Nassau County Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has launched its public webpage and complaint Hotline, 516-571-IG4U (4448). The webpage offers information about the mission and responsibilities of the Office and, more importantly, guides the public on how to make a complaint regarding suspected fraud, waste, abuse, or illegal acts in Nassau County government. The webpage has a user-friendly online complaint form, which affords the public the ability to immediately report bad acts of vendors, contractors, and public servants.
Nassau County residents, employees, vendors, and contractors who want to become part of the solution now have multiple methods of getting information directly to the Office of the Inspector General.
Complaints regarding fraud, corruption, waste, abuse, and illegal acts involving County employees, contractors, and vendors can now be made to the OIG via any of the following ways:
“Good government is everyone’s business. The public, by serving as the Inspector General’s ‘eyes and ears,’ plays a critical role in helping us achieve our mission to fight corruption, fraud, waste, and abuse. If you know of, or suspect, improper use of taxpayers’ dollars, please report this to my Office. Your complaint, call, or email could be the one that saves the County millions of dollars. The choice is yours.” said Nassau County’s first Inspector General, Jodi Franzese.