A. The Process Chair will notify the member and complainant of the action taken by the Commission(s). The notification to both parties of the complaint will be sent by secure email or by other means at the request of a party as described in X.D. and shall include notification that either may appeal the decision. The limited grounds for appeal will be stated. Both shall be instructed not to make the notification public until the appeal process is over.
B. No public notification shall be made until after the appeal process is completed.
C. When no appeal is filed, an appeal denied, or after the appeal process is completed, the following notifications shall occur:
1. A copy of the deliberations summary stating the final disposition shall be sent to the parties and the ACPE Executive Director, President and President-elect by the Process Chair, and if the respondent is a member of APC, to the APC ED.
2. If sanctions result in suspension, withdrawal or removal from office or enjoinment from practice, the parties shall be notified within 24 hours of the decision. The ED shall inform the Board of Representatives and a report of the sanction shall be published in the next issue of the ACPE newsletter. The published notifications will be sent by the ED to the endorsing agent of the respondent and local entity of the original incident as well as any current employer.
3. When the respondent is a dual member with APC, APC notification practices will also be followed.
4. When a published sanction is fulfilled or lifted, a report shall be published in the next issue of the ACPE newsletter. Both published notifications shall be sent to the endorsing agent of the respondent and local entity of the original incident as well as any current employer.