WHISTLEBLOWING AND THE POLICE

Author: 

Roberta Ann Johnson

Most Americans are familiar with whistleblowers, people who go public with information about corruption, fraud and abuse in their own organizations. Whistleblowers are often seen on the nightly news and discussed in the morning newspapers. In December 2002, three whistleblowers were named Time magazine’s “Persons of the Year.” Whistleblowers have been the subject of The New Yorker cartoons, Hollywood films, and children’s stories. View More