Professional Misconduct definition

Professional Misconduct means, after considering all of the circumstances from the actor’s standpoint, the actor, through a material act or omission, deliberately failed to follow the standard of practice generally accepted at the time of the forensic analysis that an ordinary forensic professional or entity would have exercised, and the deliberate act or omission substantially affected the integrity of the results of a forensic analysis.
Professional Misconduct means conduct inconsistent with the Act, this By-law, the Rules of Professional Conduct or the Standards and Guidelines of Practice that poses or may pose a risk of harm or loss to any person;
Professional Misconduct means the forensic analyst or crime laboratory through a material act or omission, deliberately failed to follow a standard of practice that an ordinary forensic analyst or crime laboratory would have followed, and the deliberate act or omission would substantially affect the integrity of the results of a forensic analysis. An act or omission was deliberate if the forensic analyst or crime laboratory was aware of and consciously disregarded an accepted standard of practice.

Examples of Professional Misconduct in a sentence

  • Professional misconduct includes: violation of ethical standards of the profession, wrongful conduct with impact on professional credibility, false declarations/misrepresentation of information, participation in a cartel or other agreement distorting competition, violation of IPR, attempting to influence decision-making processes or obtain confidential information from public authorities to gain advantage.

  • Professional misconduct will be reported to the DfE and DBS.Our full Safeguarding Policy will be issued to you and available to view on our website here: Future Education strongly advise that any staff member within an educational establishment read Chapter 1 of the ‘Keeping children safe in education’ by the Department for Education.

  • Professional misconduct by a lawyer under supervision could reveal a violation of paragraph (b) on the part of the supervisory lawyer even though it does not entail a viola- tion of paragraph (c) because there was no direction, ratification or knowledge of the vio- lation.

More Definitions of Professional Misconduct

Professional Misconduct means the violation of professional or ethical standards for the profession or discipline for which a student is preparing as adopted or recognized as authoritative by the relevant academic program. The term also includes specific misconduct that demonstrates the student's unfitness for such profession or discipline.
Professional Misconduct means, an act or omission:
Professional Misconduct means conduct in a lawyer’s professional capacity that tends to bring discredit upon the legal profession including
Professional Misconduct means behavior by an elected official which may damage the reputation of the Student Union, including: verbal, physical, sexual, or emotional abuse; breach of federal, provincial, or municipal law; misappropriation of Student Union resources or private property; falsification of records; acting upon Conflicts of Interest or Potential Conflicts of Interest; publication or encouragement of publication of information which is false, fraudulent, deceptive, misleading, or in violation of Student Union policy.
Professional Misconduct means the same as defined in section 1(1) of the PGA [Definitions and interpretation].
Professional Misconduct means a documented instance of an authorized school bus driver failing to comply with the provisions of this chapter, the provisions of chapter 392-145 WAC, or the provisions of chapter 46.25 RCW while authorized to operate a school bus and chapter 46.61 RCW while operating a school bus.
Professional Misconduct means a breach of the Code of Professional Practice, conduct unbecoming a teacher, and any other conduct that is determined by the Review Committee to be detrimental to the best interests of students, the teaching profession or the Collective Interests of Teachers and includes failure by a Member to respond to any requests for information from the Executive Director, the Professional Conduct Committee or anyone appointed to assist it during an investigation;