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What types of discipline do violations bring?

Discipline varies on the number and severity of violations, the threat to the public’s health and safety, and previous actions or issues with the registrant.  According to Section 195.040, RSMo, depending upon the nature and magnitude of the violations identified, the bureau may pursue any of the following:

Non-Public Actions—Confidential and not shared with the public or reported to a national database:

  • Issue a Letter of Warning
  • Issue a Letter of Censure

Public Actions that may be shared with the public and reported to a national database:

  • Denial of an application for a registration;
  • Registration placed on probation with certain terms and conditions;
  • Suspension of a registration;
  • Revocation of a registration

The bureau is only authorized to pick one type of discipline and cannot combine two types.

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