The Division of Consumer Affairs, and the Boards and Committees that regulate professionals in New Jersey, are dedicated to protecting the public. We want the public to file complaints to let us know when a licensed professional (called a licensee) has committed sexual misconduct. Complaints allow us to open investigations so that the boards can determine whether licensees should be disciplined. A board can suspend or revoke someone's license to practice if they committed misconduct. We know that filing a sexual misconduct complaint can be scary and stressful, so we want you to know what to expect.

Sexual Misconduct Complaint Information



Last Modified: 4/19/2021 8:27 AM