Reporting channel

This whistleblowing service offers the possibility to anonymously report internal misconduct. The administration of the whistleblowing service is handled out of house in order to guarantee the highest level of information security, anonymity and neutrality. Lantero AB is the administrator of the reporting channel and DKCO attorneys-at-law provides necessary analysis of the reports submitted to the channel. Click on the button below to create a new report. Please provide sufficient detail when filling in the form.

Create a new report


When reporting a misconduct it is important to be as detailed as possible in order to allow for an accurate analysis of your report.

You can choose whether to submit your report anonymously or not. We will inform you of the outcome of your report if you should choose to state your email address in the report. Your email address will not be visible to your employer or DKCO attorneys-at-law.

How cases are handled

Investigations are handled by a specially appointed group of investigators at the law firm. Recommendation for further handling will then be handed over to a selected group of people at the relevant organization.

If the information disclosed is insufficient, investigators can request supplementary information. To avoid processing delays it is important to give such information as quickly as possible.

Requests for supplementary information or feedback about processed disclosures are always anonymized – investigators cannot view discloser names or email addresses.


The service is completely separated from the organization, to make it impossible to see any personal details, IP addresses, or email addresses of disclosers.

Be careful how you express yourself, not to reveal your identity. You also need to consider user data in attachments, deleting information that could give you away before disclosing files.

All information relating to disclosures is erased after investigations are completed, leaving no sensitive information stored in Lantero’s system.

Frequently asked questions

Who can file disclosures?

Who can file disclosures is defined in the organizations Whistleblower policy. Normally the service is primarily for employees, but often also for customers, clients, suppliers, members or citizens. As it is impossible to know who the disclosers are, all disclosures are considered.

What is the service for?

The purpose of the service is defined in the organizations Whistleblower policy. Normally an important aspect is to enable employers to handle problems and misconduct as early as possible. Anonymity is provided as a supplement for employees, customers or citizens who might feel uncomfortable talking to their managers or normal point of contact.

Who can access disclosures?

A specially chosen team investigates disclosures. For details, see the organization’s Whistleblower policy.

How are investigations conducted?

Only investigators can log in and access disclosures.

How long do investigations take?

The initial investigation normally takes no more than two weeks, but this may vary.

How can disclosers follow how cases proceed?

After investigations disclosers are given brief details of how their cases have been processed or why they have been written off. However, this requires that the discloser has given an e-mail address in the reporting form.


If you have any questions, please contact For more information about the service, go to