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State Electrical Board Orders Unlicensed Inspector to Cease Performing Inspections

Department of State | Date Posted: Thursday, November 21, 2013



(Dover, Del.) – On November 6, 2013 the Board of Electrical Examiners voted to issue a cease and desist order to Raymond L. Vincent and his electrical inspection business, National Code Inspection Agency. The action resulted from a Division of Professional Regulation (DPR) investigation that determined Mr. Vincent unlawfully continued performing electrical inspections after his license expired on June 30, 2013.

DPR’s investigation also revealed that Mr. Vincent provided false information regarding his criminal history and failed to disclose four felony convictions on his license application.

Mr. Vincent has knowingly and willfully continued to conduct unlicensed electrical inspections since his license expired.  The Attorney General’s formal complaint also notes that on April 19, 2011, Mr. Vincent was criminally charged for unlicensed electrical inspections in the state of Maryland.

Any electrical inspections conducted in Delaware by Mr. Vincent or the National Code Inspection Agency after June 30, 2013 are invalid.

For a list of licensed electrical inspection agencies, visit dpr.delaware.gov.

Contact: Tammy Stock at (302) 857-3038 or tamara.stock@delaware.gov, Delaware Department of State, Chief, Community Relations

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State Electrical Board Orders Unlicensed Inspector to Cease Performing Inspections

Department of State | Date Posted: Thursday, November 21, 2013



(Dover, Del.) – On November 6, 2013 the Board of Electrical Examiners voted to issue a cease and desist order to Raymond L. Vincent and his electrical inspection business, National Code Inspection Agency. The action resulted from a Division of Professional Regulation (DPR) investigation that determined Mr. Vincent unlawfully continued performing electrical inspections after his license expired on June 30, 2013.

DPR’s investigation also revealed that Mr. Vincent provided false information regarding his criminal history and failed to disclose four felony convictions on his license application.

Mr. Vincent has knowingly and willfully continued to conduct unlicensed electrical inspections since his license expired.  The Attorney General’s formal complaint also notes that on April 19, 2011, Mr. Vincent was criminally charged for unlicensed electrical inspections in the state of Maryland.

Any electrical inspections conducted in Delaware by Mr. Vincent or the National Code Inspection Agency after June 30, 2013 are invalid.

For a list of licensed electrical inspection agencies, visit dpr.delaware.gov.

Contact: Tammy Stock at (302) 857-3038 or tamara.stock@delaware.gov, Delaware Department of State, Chief, Community Relations

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