Mark Devlin believes retrospective bans for diving will only improve football as long as it is applied correctly and consistently.
A panel, consisting of a former official, ex-manager and retired player, will review cases of alleged simulation on a Monday and if there is universal agreement, then the player will pick up a one-match ban.
However, only incidents that result in a player winning a penalty or lead to an opponent being sent off - through either a direct red card or two yellow cards - will be punished.
The Brentford chief said: “Nobody likes to see it. It's become part and parcel of the game and as long as the law is made consistently and the people making the decisions get it right then I don't think anyone will complain about trying to cut diving out.
“It's something I know fans hate but, if we're honest, if our player gets away with it then we turn a blind eye. It's very difficult for the referees to pick this up.”