What Types of Disciplinary Actions May a Licensing Board Impose?
Texas licensing boards/agencies take complaints very seriously. Once a complaint against your license has been filed, the board/agency will determine the validity of the allegation(s) and whether they have proper jurisdiction. If the board/agency launches a formal investigation, they may impose the following disciplinary actions:
- Written warning or reprimand
- Mandated continuing education
- Ongoing monitoring or additional reporting requirements
- Administrative Penalty/Fine
- Mandated participation in program for drug or alcohol addition
- Testing for illicit drug use
- License suspension
- License revocation
Each board/agency operates under a different set of rules and guidelines. Thus, the complaint process may differ from one board/agency to the next. Regardless, any time you are notified of a complaint against your professional license, you should take the allegations seriously. Failure to respond may result in disciplinary actions that could prevent you from practicing your profession in the State of Texas.
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