Yes. After the Probable Cause Committee has reviewed the complaint and agrees to a disciplinary action, the board attorney enforces the action through the issuance of a consent order, formal hearing, etc. Once all stipulations of the action have been met, the complaint file is closed. Board staff then issues a disciplinary report to The Department of Commerce & Insurance's Communications Director. Disciplinary action is then posted on the Regulatory Board Disciplinary Actions. Please note, you will be required to search by month and year when searching in the Board website.
Are disciplinary actions available to the public?
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