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PRSA does not identify Code of Ethics violators nor sanction unethical behavior.
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However, PRSA does encourage those who witness questionable ethical practices or behavior in public relations to alert the Society as information on ethical lapses is invaluable for education and learning purposes.

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Please send ethical lapses anonymously via this form to the PRSA Board of Ethics and Professional Standards (BEPS), and provide all information generically with the use of a pseudonym or no name for the organizations or individuals whose conduct you are describing. Any scenarios received that directly identify real organizations or individuals will be returned to the sender.

Questions? Email the PRSA Board of Ethics and Professional Standards.

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