Los Angeles Unified School District
Office of the Inspector GeneralOur VisionTo be a proactive agency striving for excellence and continuous positive change in the management and programs of the Los Angeles Unified School District.Our MissionTo promote a culture of accountability, transparency, collaboration and integrity through the performance of audit and investigative services designed to drive continuous improvement, support effective decision making and detect and deter waste, fraud and abuse.William SternInspector General333 S. Beaudry Avenue, 12th FloorLos Angeles, CA 90017Phone: (213) 241-7700Fax: (213) 241-6826OIG Hotline (866) 528-7364 or (213) 241-7778
For general LAUSD inquiries and/or directory assistance, please call (213) 241-1000.
OIG News and Announcements
The Board of Education approves the OIG's FY 2019 Work Plan.
On June 12, 2018, the Board of Education approved the OIG's FY 2019 Work Plan. The Work Plan describes the work that the OIG plans to undertake in the upcoming fiscal year.The OIG's FY 2019 Work Plan is available under Publications.
The Board of Education approves a resolution to incorporate best practices into L.A. Unified sexual harassment policies.
Employees can report sexual harassment and other forms of employment harassment, discrimination and retaliation through a new hotline. The OIG does not operate this new hotline. To learn more about the harassment and discrimination reporting hotline for employees, please click here.
The Board of Education approves an updated Charter for the OIG.
On October 13, 2015, the Board of Education approved an updated Charter for the Office of the Inspector General. The Charter for the OIG outlines, among other things, its purpose, responsibilities, authority and relationship to the Board of Education.The OIG's updated Charter is available under Publications.
LAUSD makes it easier to report fraud, waste and abuse.
On October 14, 2014, the Board of Education moved to place a hotline button on the District website’s homepage that directs visitors immediately to the Office of the Inspector General’s (OIG) Fraud Hotline.