The Food and Consumer Protection Division is responsible for inspecting all permanent and temporary food establishments, such as bars, restaurants, schools, grocery and convenience stores, festivals and farmer food markets. Inspectors conduct food-borne illness investigations, educational programs and follow-up on all food-related consumer complaints. The division also investigates food establishment fires and food-related vehicle accidents. Any new establishments or ones undergoing remodeling or renovation are subject to a facility plan review and related inspections. The division also inspects tattoo and body-piercing establishments and responds to complaints about hotels and motels.