The state commission charged with regulating ethics and lobbying in Albany has a new hotline and website with the goal of getting tips on wrongdoing.

The Joint Commission on Public Ethics Monday launched the website, reportmisconduct.ny.gov, along with the hotline.

Though framed initially as a place for state employees to report sexual harassment, the website and phone number have a much larger purview, with tips being solicited for public corruption such as conflicts of interest, nepotism and improper gifts.

“Promoting compliance with our ethics and lobbying laws remains the Joint Commission’s top priority, and that includes holding those who violate the laws accountable for their actions,” said Commission Executive Director Letizia Tagliafierro in a statement. “The Commission’s new tip line and website provide a secure means for State employees and officials, and all New Yorkers, to inform the Commission of potential misconduct in our government.”

The hotline, first proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, includes a $200,000 allocation in the 2014-15 state budget.