The BACB cannot provide legal or ethics advice under any circumstances. Resources are available for anyone seeking guidance related to ethics on our Ethics Resources section.
Use the form below to respond to a request from the Ethics Department related to:
- disciplinary consequence fulfillment,
- educational required actions, or
- updates regarding a submission.
Please be aware that, after reviewing your submission, the BACB Ethics Department may request additional information or documentation.
Do not use this form to submit any RBT, BCaBA, BCBA, or Voluntary Inactive applications or documents. Please review the “Instructions for Applying” sections of the respective certification page to submit your documents. Also, do not use this form to submit responses to BACB Audits. Any submissions of this kind to this form will not be accepted or processed.
- All document must be uploaded in PDF format. You may only upload a maximum of TWO PDFs.
- Include a cover letter indicating the purpose of the submission and a clear description of the documentation included.
- Please be sure to redact all appropriate identifying/confidential information. For tips on redacting, please see either the RBT Considerations for Reporting an Alleged Violation or the BCaBA/BCBA Considerations for Reporting an Alleged Violation documents.
Note: All submissions must be uploaded in PDF format. You may only upload up to TWO attachments, so consider combining documents into one PDF. Include a cover letter indicating the purpose of the submission and a clear description of the documentation included. Please be sure to redact all appropriate identifying/confidential information.
The BACB cannot provide legal or ethics advice under any circumstances. There are a number of resources available for anyone seeking guidance related to ethics in the Ethics Resources section. U.S. residents of states that regulate the practice of behavior analysis may contact their state disciplinary boards. For more information about regulation in the U.S., the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts has a resource page on licensure and regulation. Whenever possible, we encourage, but do not require you to consult with a behavior analyst who specializes in the matter before filing a Notice of Alleged Violation. For legal advice, please consult with a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction. For additional guidance on ethics-related matters, please see the Ethics Codes section.