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 State Board of Accountancy's Regulatory Board Disciplinary Actions and the Board's on-line newsletter. 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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