What does the IDFPR have authority to do?

What does the IDFPR have authority to do?

The mission of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Division of Professional Regulation is to serve, safeguard, and promote the health, safety, and welfare of the public by ensuring that licensure qualifications and standards for professional practice are properly evaluated, applied, and …

What is IDFPR license?

IDFPR licenses adult use and medical dispensaries, dispensary agents, and agent training providers in Illinois.

What does IDFPR stand for?

Financial & Professional Regulation
State of Illinois | Department of Financial & Professional Regulation. About IDFPR.

How do I print my IDFPR license?

You may print a copy by clicking the Printable View button at the bottom of your License Lookup page.

Who regulates the Idfpr?

Revenues generated are deposited into the Financial Institutions Fund – 0021. The Section is responsible for regulating and supervising all Illinois state-chartered credit unions according to the Illinois Credit Union Act….

Total DFI Agents (working under Licensee) 21,149

Who is in charge of Idfpr?

Jessica Baer will continue to serve as Director of Professional Regulation at IDFPR. * Baer has held the post since her appointment by Gov. Rauner in September 2016 and previously served the department as general counsel.

What is a professional regulation?

One could offer the following definition of professional regulation: “Anything and everything that is done with the genuine intent of promoting and protecting the public interest by reducing, suppressing, mitigating or eliminating harms or potential harms stemming from the practice of a profession.”

What are the three Illinois consumer protection agencies?

The work of the Division is carried out by the following bureaus: Consumer Fraud Bureau, Charitable Trust Bureau, Franchise Bureau, Health Care Bureau, and Military and Veterans Rights Bureau.