If any AnarCorp member is accused of oppressive or violent behavior their collective has the option, and if the accusations are true, the responsibility, to first enforce the anti-oppressive principle, and if the member both continues, then to fire them.
The firing procedure takes the form of a presentation and debate of the collective. this debate is held if at any time 1/4 of the collective objects to the behavior of a member. the accused and one of the 1/4 who objected (selected at random) present evidence and arguments based on the principals of AnarCorp. no evidence is suppressed and no confusing or cryptic criteria for guilt or punishment are used. the proceeding are recorded in their entirety, uncut, and the recording is distributed to all AnarCorp collectives.
The debate concludes with a consensus -(n+n) vote of the collective on the question "has the accused displayed an inability or unwillingness to function within AnarCorp non-oppressive guidelines?" the accused does not have a vote in this matter. if the collective answers in the affirmative the member is expelled from that collective immediately (having had time prior to the meeting to prepare).
The expelled member has the right of appeal through the option to apply to join another collective. The collective who receives such a request is required to review the recording of the proceedings and consider the evidence and decide if they want the accused as a member of their collective. It is in many cases to a collectives benefit to accept a worker form another collective, assuming that they feel that the accusations were unfair or inappropriate, as the member has already developed some skill and knowledge about the methods and functioning of the AnarCorp structure.
If a member is purged more then twice an AnarCorp wide ban may be imposed on that person. it would be an exceptional case were this necessary, as collectives would be suspicious of the circumstances of multiple purging. this is done through the basic large scale mechanism which is an exact mirror of the collective system without the hearing, as we already have three such hearings on tape.
If a person is accused of being a saboteur or infiltrator then the collective has the responsibility of holding a purge debate as well as investigating the accused to gather further information to either support or contradict the accusations. AnarCorp as a whole is made aware of the accusation and all the non physical evidence is distributed to all collectives. The accused is given the option of producing a defense package which is distributed, as the first item in the evidence.
An accused infiltrator/saboteur still has the option of reapplying to another collective, but that collective must receive support from at least one other collective in order to hire them, as the hiring of those with malicious intent is more destructive to AnarCorp as a whole then hiring people who have simply not gotten over their oppressive conditioning yet
if a collective shows that it can not or will not function in a manner appropriate to the fulfillment of the AnarCorp principles then AnarCorp has the responsibility to withdraw the corporate mandate and reacquire the facilities which the collective is in possession of. This is similar to the individual purge, and individuals in the collective have the option of reapplying to other collectives, as long as those collectives contain no more then one other member form the purged collective. the "hearing" takes place online and the preparation of evidence is allocated to random uninvolved AnarCorp members, the accused collective has the right to make "preparation of defense" part of its workload so that they can fully prepare for the hearing.