The Board has several options, which may range from requiring additional education to revocation of the license.
Formal complaints must be filed in writing on the Complaint Registration Form. Complaints are reviewed by the Board’s Complaint Panel to determine whether probable violation of statute or the Code of Ethics exists. If the panel determines that a probable violation has occurred, the complaint is referred to the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General for investigation.
Upon completion of this investigation, the Complaint Panel will receive an “investigative report” outlining investigative findings. The Complaint Panel may then hold a hearing with the licensee if the investigation produces evidence of probable cause. The Panel may then recommend appropriate action for full Board approval.