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Subpart 1.

Disciplinary action.

The board shall impose disciplinary sanctions against a certified training program that fails to comply with any of the requirements set out in this chapter and in Minnesota Statutes, sections 326.32 to 326.339.

Subp. 2.


Sanctions for failure to comply with the requirements set out in this chapter may be one or more of the following:


a letter of censure to the certified training program;


formal or informal probation for the certified training program; and


suspension, revocation, or nonrenewal of board certification of the training program.

The board shall consider the factors listed in part 7506.0170, subpart 2, to determine which sanction to apply in each case.

Subp. 3.

Grounds for revocation or suspension of certification.

The board may suspend or revoke the certification status of a training program for good cause and upon written notification. The notification must contain the reasons for suspension or revocation. These reasons may include:


using curricula that fails to comply with the minimum requirements as outlined in part 7506.2300, subpart 1, items A to G;


using false information in any application or other document submitted to the board;


failing to make a timely report as required by this chapter;


failing to maintain or submit records as required by this chapter;


failing to cooperate fully with the board in its efforts to ensure compliance with a requirement of this chapter; or


violating a provision of this chapter or Minnesota Statutes, sections 326.32 to 326.339.

Subp. 4.

Disciplinary proceedings.

Revocation or suspension proceedings under this part must be conducted pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act, Minnesota Statutes, sections 14.57 to 14.62, and the rules of the Office of Administrative Hearings, parts 1400.5100 to 1400.8400.

Other disciplinary proceedings must be held before a hearing examiner appointed by the commissioner of public safety.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 326.3361


22 SR 711

Published Electronically:

May 27, 2003

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