I've not had a chance to read and ruminate all the policy Safety Net, "a Social Justice sub-committee of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville", has made to the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association concerning misconduct. But I shall.
And I suggest that you should, especially if you are a member of the UUMA. (I gave up my membership years ago.) At the very least, it's an example policy formulation, tied to principles and rules and cultivating a base of support; that's a wise and well-recognized way to make structural change in accountable organizations (or government.)
Certainly a more robust option than Yet Another Protest or unformed calls for "education."