DLLR's Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing

 

File a Complaint - Maryland Board of Pilots

 

Report on Incidents

A licensed pilot who is involved in an incident while piloting a vessel is required to submit a written report of the incident to the Board of Pilots within seven days. Incidents are reviewed by the Incident Committee, comprised of two members of the Board. The Incident Committee may refer a case for investigation if it feels more information is needed. If the Board feels that the licensee may have violated a section of the law or the regulations, the case is referred to the Assistant Attorney General for review for possible administrative charges. A hearing will then be scheduled before the Board. A Final Order will be issued by the Board, which can be appealed to the Circuit Court.

File a Complaint

A complaint against a licensed pilot may be filed by a member of the Board or by any other person. The complaint shall be in writing and shall state specifically the facts on which the complaint is based. The complaint shall be submitted to the Incident Committee. The Incident Committee shall investigate all complaints filed with the Board to determine if the facts alleged could form the basis for disciplinary actions against the licensee.