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Sanctions policy

This document sets out how sanctions can be applied by Practice Committee Panels in fitness to practise cases

Fitness to practise publications policy

This document sets out the publication policy for fitness to practise proceedings

Regulating in the next phase – COVID-19

The pandemic required us to quickly adapt how we operated as a regulator. We intend to build on this agility to ensure we deliver effective public protection through lean and intelligent regulation.

Panel chairs

Panel chairs oversee a range of independent panels considering fitness to practise allegations

Legal assessors

Legal assessors are legally qualified and provide advice to panels of the HCPC’s statutory committees and Council on questions of law

Interim orders

How we deal with serious cases during an investigation

Appeals

What to do if your application to the Register has been refused

HCPC response to PSA Performance Review

HCPC welcomes recognition of progress on key areas of activity and sets out plan for further improvement

Fitness to practise data 2019-20

Key facts and figures of our work in protecting the public and promoting professionalism

Our services during the period of National Mourning

During the period of National Mourning, the HCPC’s core regulatory work will continue. Our offices will be closed on Monday 19 September 2022 for the national Bank Holiday for the Queen’s State Funeral.

Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service

The HCPTS makes independent decisions about registrants' fitness to practise

Journalist FAQs

Some of the frequently asked questions journalists have about the HCPC

Fitness to practise annual report 2019

The Fitness to practise annual report highlights key statistics and insights and explains how we protect the public and ensure our registrants meet our standards

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