Letter of reprimand definition

Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is a
Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is issued by
Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is issued

Examples of Letter of reprimand in a sentence

  • Letter of reprimand to be sent to the responsible chapter, with copies sent to the plaintiff, chapter advisor, Dean of Student Life, National Headquarters, and/or any other party deemed necessary by the Standards Board.

  • Letter of reprimand, which is defined as a formal letter of censure for the actions of an individual or entity which informs that individual or entity that any future violation will lead to more severe sanctions.

  • Letter of reprimand regarding proper conduct to be included as part of the coaches evaluation.


More Definitions of Letter of reprimand

Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is a public document issued by the board and that informs a licensee or permittee that the licensee's or permittee's conduct violates state or federal law and may require the board to monitor the licensee or permittee.
Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is issued by the board and that informs the physician that the physician's conduct violates state or federal law and may require the board to monitor the physician.
Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is a public
Letter of reprimand means a letter to an Agent and/or Broker advising of a lack of professional conduct determined by a due process hearing of the Professional Standards Committee and affirmed by the Board of Directors, and advising that the letter is to be construed as an official reprimand.
Letter of reprimand means a disciplinary letter that is issued by the board and that informs a person who is regulated under this chapter that the person's conduct violates state or federal law but does not require the board to restrict the person's license, certificate or registration because the person's conduct did not result in harm to a patient or to the public.
Letter of reprimand means a letter admonishing a licensee, permit holder or registrant for violating pharmacy law, but notifying the licensee, permit holder or registrant that in consideration of mitigating evidence, the board has determined that disciplinary action is not appropriate;
Letter of reprimand means a letter from the Association president to a Association member or MLS Participant or Subscriber, advising of a lack of professional conduct or a violation of MLS rules determined by a "due process" hearing by a hearing Panel, and advising that the letter is to be construed as an official reprimand.