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Professional Licensing and Certification Unit Types of Disciplinary Actions

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Revocation - The license, certificate, registration, permit, or document has been taken away from the person. The person may no longer practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Denial - The person applied for a license, certificate, registration, permit, or document (or applied for renewal of a license, certificate, registration, permit, or document) and the application was denied. The person may not practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Surrender - The person voluntarily surrendered the person's license, certificate, registration, permit, or document. The person may no longer practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Suspension - The license, certificate, registration, permit, or document has been taken away from the person for a certain period of time, during which the person may no longer practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity. A suspension is similar to a revocation except that it is for a certain time period.

Probated suspension - The license, certificate, registration, permit, or document has been taken away from the person for a certain period of time, but the suspension has been probated. The person may continue to practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity as long as the person meets specific conditions described in an order agreed to by the person and the regulatory authority.

Reprimand - The regulatory authority mailed a formal letter of reprimand to the person. The person may continue to practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Settlement agreement with stipulations - Instead of proceeding to a formal hearing on the specific allegations, the regulatory authority agreed to resolve the case against the person by mutual consent to certain conditions or requirements. The conditions may include supervised practice, restricted practice, additional continuing education, or other requirements. The person may continue to practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Administrative penalty - A monetary fine assessed against the person. The person may continue to practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Settlement agreement with administrative penalty - Instead of proceeding to a formal hearing on the specific allegations, the regulatory authority agreed to resolve the case against the person by mutual consent to certain conditions or requirements. The person must also pay a monetary fine. The conditions may include supervised practice, restricted practice, additional continuing education, or other requirements. The person may continue to practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity.

Probated suspension with administrative penalty - The license, certificate, registration, permit, or document has been taken away from the person for a certain period of time, but the suspension has been probated and a fine assessed. The person may continue to practice in the field or engage in the regulated activity as long as the person pays a monetary fine and meets specific conditions described in an order agreed to by the person and the regulatory authority.

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Last updated September 01, 2011