Civil Rights

Internal Investigations Program

The Internal Investigations Program is responsible for investigating ADOT employee complaints of discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and consistent with ADOT's nondiscrimination policy, PER 9.02. Complaints include allegations of discrimination, retaliation or harassment based upon race, color, national origin, religion, disability, pregnancy, age, sex or retaliation for having participated in protected civil rights activity.

The Internal Investigations Program also administers ADOT Policy PER 2.01 Americans with Disabilities Policy. ADOT is required to provide a reasonable accommodation for the known disability of an applicant or employee if requested unless the accommodation would either impose an undue hardship on the operation of ADOT or change the essential functions of the position.

ADOT is required to provide a reasonable accommodation for the known religious beliefs of employees and applicants if requested unless the accommodation would either impose an undue hardship on the operation of ADOT or change the essential functions of the position. The Internal Investigations Program administers the religious accommodation process.

Equal Opportunity Policy Statement

PER-9.02 Nondiscrimination Complaint System Policy

Complaint Incident Report Form

Contact Us

Vacant
Civil Rights Investigations Manager

Aaron Henderson
Civil Rights Investigator