2 edition of Problems and recommendations in disciplinary enforcement found in the catalog.
Problems and recommendations in disciplinary enforcement
American Bar Association. Special Committee on Evaluation of Disciplinary Enforcement.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF308 .A938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 253 p.|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||75314810|
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Special Committee on Evaluation of Disciplinary Enforcement. OCLC. GUIDELINES FOR DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE - CONTENTS Chapter Item Page No. Discipline and Indiscipline 96 2. Acts of Misconduct 97 3. Report of Misconduct 98 4.
Flow-chart of Disciplinary Proceedings 99 5. Preliminary Enquiry 6. Principles of Natural Justice 7. Charge-sheet 8. Suspension 9. Domestic Enquiry Penalties File Size: KB.
Recommendations 65 through 69 call for collaborative efforts between schools and law enforcement to create alternatives to traditional disciplinary systems that may push youth into the juvenile justice system, reduce suspensions or expulsions, involve youth in decision-making, adopt intervention approaches to help students develop new behavior.
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Clark, Tom C. (Tom Campbell) () Also known as Clark, Tom Campbell () Problems and recommendations in disciplinary enforcement American Bar Association. Special Committee on Evaluation of Disciplinary Enforcement [ Book: ] At University of Sydney. allegations and recommend disciplinary sanctions or refer cases for criminal prosecution.
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alcohol overuse and abuse contributed to his problems, but he did not try to excuse his conduct. At that time, Petitioner was drinking four to six beers almost nightly.
PE 2; N.T. 64, 89, After the disciplinary hearing inPetitioner "realized that something had to change." N.T. rate below 70%, ample information has been gathered to make strong recommendations. This report predicts that the Sonoma County MDT, incorporating the above recommendations, will demonstrate improved outcomes for clients and community partners, as measured and tracked via Trendex dataFile Size: 1MB.
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