Category: Division of Investigation

DCA’s Cannabis Enforcement Unit is Hiring

Division of Investigation offers law enforcement careers focused on consumer protection If you or someone you know is interested in a career investigating unlawful cannabis activities, we might have a job for you! The Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation (DOI) is a law enforcement agency that protects California consumers and licensees by investigating violations…

Now Playing: The California Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation (D.O.I) Video

The California Department of Consumer Affairs’ (DCA) Division of Investigation (DOI) serves as the law enforcement arm of DCA. DOI protects California consumers and licensees by investigating violations of California’s law, regulations and professional standards. Established in 1961, DOI provides law enforcement investigative services that focus on consumer protection for the boards, bureaus, programs, committees,…

Man Arrested for Impersonating Pharmacist

More victims are being sought after a Whittier man was arrested on charges of identity theft, forgery and counterfeiting for impersonating a pharmacist. Click HERE to view the news release.

Man Arrested for Practicing Medicine Without License

A Bakersfield man was arrested Tuesday for the unlicensed practice of medicine. The Investigation and Enforcement Unit – Central Valley Field Office of the California Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation arrested Alberto Gonzalez on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, following the investigation of a complaint that was made by a local news reporter. Read…

Students Counseled After Beauty School Owner Arrested

Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education advises attendees of San Diego Area cosmetology school of their student rights. SACRAMENTO – Tramy Van, 41, owner of Tramy Beauty School with facilities in Escondido and San Diego, was arrested Thursday, August 11, 2016, for felony grand theft and theft under false pretenses. To read the full release, click…

Chiropractor Ordered Not to Practice After Felony Arrest

Sacramento area man charged with practicing medicine without a license and grand theft. James Joseph Martin, of West Sacramento, has been ordered not to practice chiropractic after his arrest for eight felony counts of grand theft and one felony count of practicing medicine without a license. To read the full release, click here.    

News from The DOI Page: Husband and Wife Arrested for Practicing Medicine Without a License

A Downey, California husband and wife have been arrested for the unlicensed practice of medicine. Jose Alfredo Martinez and Emma Haydee Gonzalez were arrested Thursday following an investigation by the Health Quality Investigations Unit within the California Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation…Click here for more details.

Catch Up On The Latest From The Division of Investigation

New on The DOI Page: A southern California man has been charged with 11 felonies after an investigation revealed he was illegally using licenses belonging to an Architect and Professional Engineer. Read more here. P.S. Don’t forget to subscribe to The DOI Page! By subscribing, you will receive instant email updates to your inbox. Subscribe…

Canine Care, Inc. Ordered To Pay $150,000 In Restitution For The Unlicensed Practice Of Veterinary Medicine

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Investigation Finds Two Women Practicing Medicine Without Licenses

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