Less than 1% of academic integrity violations (AIVs) are reported. Faculty are best situated to identify, report, and address AIVs, but there appears to be a lack of concerted action on the part of faculty to address AIVs. This presentation explores the faculty experience of reporting AIVs to partially explain low reporting rates. When students commit academic integrity violations and faculty report them, it reverberates throughout all of the faculty’s relationships. This study explores how reporting academic integrity violations impacts faculty relationships with students, colleagues, and the institution, with special consideration for the relationships between the instructor and international students.