The whistleblower programme of JP/Politiken Media Group covers the parent company as well as all wholly owned Danish subsidiaries. The programme allows employees, business partners and business partners’ employees who regularly work at our premises to safely raise concerns about serious criminal offences, sexual harassment and other serious issues.
The whistleblower programme is administered in cooperation with the law firm Norrbom Vinding, which receives and screens reports and may also assist in assessing reports.
The whistleblower programme came into force as of December 17, 2021. Find more information about the programme and how to submit a report here (in Danish) - jppol.integrityline.com.
Who can report?
The following groups may report to the programme:
- Present and former employees, including employees who have not yet begun working with us but who report information acquired during the recruitment process
- Paid and unpaid interns
- Executive managers and board members
- Business partners’ employees who regularly work at our premises
- Regular business partners who are in frequent contact with the JP/Politiken Media Group as part of a collaborative relationship
Which businesses are covered by the programme?
The whistleblower programme of JP/Politiken Media Group covers the parent company as well as all wholly owned Danish subsidiaries. These business units are:
JP/Politikens Hus A/S, Erritsø Tryk A/S, Avis-Tryk A/S, Erritsø Tryk Management A/S, Watch Medier A/S, Saxo.com A/S, Jyllands-Postens Lokalaviser A/S, Monitormedier A/S, Din Avis A/S, Politikens Udviklingsselskab A/S, Imedier ApS, Medieselskabet af 2017 A/S, Ejendomsselskabet af 15. januar 1988 A/S, Ejendomsselskabet Grøndalsvej 3, Viby ApS, Ejendomsselskabet Grøndalsvej 10, Viby ApS.