Process for Submitting an Ethical Complaint Against a CALPCC Member
When ethical complaints about a CALPCC member are reported to the Ethics Committee, they must be made in writing and submitted with the reporting individual’s name, signature, and contact information. No anonymous reports will be accepted. The Committee will not act on complaints currently under civil or criminal litigation. The Committee will consider complaints that are less than five years after the alleged conduct occurred or was discovered by the complainant. The Ethics Committee can proceed on its own initiative, if it receives sufficient information from another professional association, a state licensing board or a peer review committee, which, if proven, would constitute a violation of the ACA Code of Ethics.
Ethical complaint reports will include the following information:
Executive Director - CALPCC
Address currently listed on the CALPCC website.
The envelope should be marked “Confidential.”
All materials gathered as a part of the investigation will be held to the highest standards of confidentiality, with the standard mandated reporting exclusions. All materials gathered as part of the investigation will be kept in a secured/locked location for a period of ten (10) years.