|(a) Retaliatory action. Any employee/agent or any individual affiliated with an employee/agent is prohibited from engaging in retaliatory action against a person served, a family member of a person served, the guardian of a person served, the primary contact of a person served, or an employee/agent who in good faith reports an allegation. (1) Any person who believes he or she is being subjected to retaliatory action upon reporting an allegation, or who believes an allegation has been ignored, should immediately contact the head of the facility. The person may also contact: (A) the Office of Consumer Services and Rights Protection - Ombudsman at the dedicated toll-free number for facilities at 1-800-252-8154; or (B) the Office of the Attorney General at 512/463-2185 (Consumer Protection Division) which, under the Whistleblower Act, Texas Civil Statutes, Article 6252-16a, may prosecute a supervisor who suspends or terminates a public employee for reporting a violation of law to law enforcement authorities. (2) Retaliatory action against a person served which might be considered abuse, neglect, or exploitation is reported to TDPRS in accordance with this subchapter. (b) Disciplinary action. Any employee/agent found to have engaged in retaliatory action is subject to disciplinary action.