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When an investigation is completed, a panel of the Investigation Committee, made up of members of the public and the profession, conducts a review of the information gathered. Neither the member, nor the public complainant, nor the reporting employer, is present at the meeting. According to the information it receives, the Committee may decide to:
The panel’s written decision is sent to the member, the public complainant, or the reporting employer and the member's current employer (if different from the reporting employer).
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