26) Zero tolerance
policies may not be racialized in theory, but the
Our empirical analyses relate the aggregate number of fatalities in each state in each year, or the distribution of BAC in those fatalities, to an indicator for the presence of a zero tolerance
law and controls.
Instead, the utilitarian assumption of Zero Tolerance
requires toleration of the body counts that result.
Legal problems with zero tolerance
are most likely to arise in cases involving the following issues: harassment, labor contracts, disability, and discriminatory practices by companies.
Reyes provides an excellent but frightening account of the zero tolerance
policies and their impact on the most vulnerable students at the K-12 level.
Tougher rules for offenders in Alberta jails also include the following: Zero tolerance
of drug use and possession by offenders.
We practise zero tolerance
but we call it 100 per cent enforcement.
New allegations continue to and bishops have not yet inspired confidence by trading years of indifference for the unseemly zealotry of zero tolerance
Priests in Boston, Detroit, and Miami who have been affected by the zero tolerance
policy--a policy adopted by the U.
was born of a need for image recuperation and from an authentic attempt to reply to popular outrage.
stems from a two-decade-old study by two conservative social scientists who proposed the "broken windows" thesis: if people are allowed to break windows with impunity, not only do smaller crimes lead to more serious ones, but the "disordered" appearance of the neighborhood perpetrates criminal disorder (Wilson and Kelling, 1982).
For Jeffrey Sanker to outwardly lie about the drug issue at his parties--"We have a zero tolerance
policy for drugs"--is regretful and sad [Behind the Headlines, April 24].
But perhaps the best example of Mejia's resolve to fight fraud is the company's Zero Tolerance
newsletter--a colorful account of real-life swindles that have been unearthed and reallife criminals who have been undone.
More than half (53 per cent) of non-drivers were opposed to the zero tolerance
, with this figure rising to 77 per cent among drivers.
Proponents, like the two national teacher unions, say zero tolerance
is a disciplinary equalizer that leaves no wiggle room - for either administrators or students accused of wrongdoing.