Mandatory Reports—The College has Received a Mandatory Report About Me

The Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) requires certain people to file a mandatory report with the College in certain situations. The legislative requirements to file these reports can be found in section 85 of the Health Professions Procedural Code which is Schedule 2 of the Regulated Health Professions Act.

This fact sheet is intended to provide information to the physiotherapist who is the subject of the report about the process. You can get additional information by contacting the Associate, Professional Conduct at or calling 416-591-3828 ext. 227 or 1-800-583-5885 ext. 227.

Frequently Asked Questions about Making a Mandatory Report about Sexual Abuse

Mandatory Report Questions

  • Why has the College been sent a mandatory report about me?

  • What is incapacity?

  • What is incompetence?

  • What is professional misconduct?

  • What happens once the College receives the report?

  • Should I obtain the advice of legal counsel?

  • How long does the investigation process take?

  • What is my status at the College during an investigation process or after the matter has been resolved?

  • Can the ICRC revoke my Certificate of Registration?

  • What Decisions can the ICRC Committee make?

  • How Do I Know of the Decision?

  • What kinds of cases are referred to the Discipline Committee?

  • How many complaints or reports does the College receive each year and how many of those are referred to the Discipline Committee?

  • Can I Appeal the Decision?

Mandatory Report - General Questions