- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 52. Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act
- Section 410. Violations; Penalties For Misconduct.
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. Disciplinary Action For Violation.
AS 39.52.410. Violations; Penalties For Misconduct.
- (a) If the personnel board determines that a public employee has violated this chapter, it
- (1) shall order the employee to stop engaging in any official action related to the violation;
- (2) may order divestiture, establishment of a blind trust, restitution, or forfeiture; and
- (3) may recommend that the employee's agency take disciplinary action, including dismissal.
- (b) If the personnel board determines that a nonsalaried member of a board or commission has violated this chapter, it (1)
shall order the member to refrain from voting, deliberating, or participating in the matter; (2) may order restitution;
and (3) may recommend to the appropriate appointing authority that the member be removed from the board or commission.
A violation of this chapter is grounds for removal of a board or commission member for cause. If the personnel board
recommends that a board or commission member be removed from office, the appointing authority shall immediately act to
remove the member from office.
- (c) If the personnel board determines that a former public officer has violated this chapter, it shall
- (1) issue a public statement of its findings, conclusions, and recommendation; and
- (2) request the attorney general to exercise all legal and equitable remedies available to the state to seek whatever
relief is appropriate.
- (d) If the personnel board finds a violation of this chapter by a public officer removable from office only by
impeachment, it shall file a report with the president of the Senate, with its finding. The report must contain a
statement of the facts alleged to constitute the violation.
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