Before submitting a Notice of Alleged Violation against a BCaBA, BCBA, or BCBA-D applicant or certificant, review the information in the Considerations for Reporting an Alleged Violation and the Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts.
When completing the Notice of Alleged Violation, you will be required to enter information about the subject, the alleged violation, and supporting documentation. If the notice is accepted, the BACB gives the subject due process by providing a copy of the notice and supporting documentation. The subject is also given an opportunity to respond and submit their own supporting documentation.
For information about what happens once a notice is submitted, and possible outcomes, see the Code-Enforcement Procedures document.