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We are monitoring the BACP Professional Conduct Procedure publications and finding changes.  There seems to be a lot fewer new cases than we would expect.  

Perhaps BACP is taking heed of what we are saying? Is it coming to accept that its jurisdiction is over members, and that ends when they leave? 

We have observed a serious case in which BACP declared it would not suspend or withdraw membership.  We feel sure it would have done so some months ago.  

Perhaps BACP is now considering the proportionality of its sanction decisions?  However, BACP still fails to understand that the web-publication of cases is by far the greatest sanction because it can turn off the flow of work, and very often does.

David Waite