zero-tolerance policy

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any policy that allows no exception

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Manama: Kuwait has pledged a zero-tolerance policy against illegal advertisement ahead of Eid Al Adha, to be celebrated on November 6.
Despite your lack of any previous disciplinary or criminal history, the school has a zero-tolerance policy, and they choose to expel you.
The zero-tolerance policy assumption is that inflexibility is a deterrent because, no matter how or why the rule was broken, the fact that it was broken is the basis for the imposition of the penalty.
A major challenge to an effective zero-tolerance policy is compliance.
Therefore we support the measures announced today for a zero-tolerance policy, which lays the ground for all horses to compete on level terms on British racecourses.
This zero-tolerance policy should be supported by comprehensive alcohol and drugs education, covering risks such as 'morning-after' drink-driving.
The competition comes as police prepare to launch increased holiday season patrols at the resort to enforce the zero-tolerance policy towards drinking alcohol in public.
TOTTENHAM have confirmed that stewards will wear headcams for tonight's game against Chelsea at White Hart Lane and will adopt a zero-tolerance policy towards anyone heard using foul, abusive, homophobic or racist language.
The Department of Corrections (DOC) attributes much of the decline to a combination of one-on-one inmate interviews, mandatory separation of rival gang members and a zero-tolerance policy for fighting.
TOP COP Mike Craik has launched a zero-tolerance policy against yobbo families like those who drove Fiona Pilkington to suicide.
Ugly scenes have marred the event in the last two years and security staff have been told to adopt a zero-tolerance policy.
The Home Depot is an equal-opportunity employer and maintains a zero-tolerance policy against discrimination,'' spokeswoman Kathryn Gallagher said in a prepared statement.
Mark Jones, of Ultimate Leisure, who owns Bar Bacca, said: "We have a zero-tolerance policy on any kind of drug use in any of our bars and we are proud to be working with the North East Council on Addictions on a number of matters.
Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has encouraged a zero-tolerance policy, removing permanently from public ministry any priest credibly proven to have sexually molested a minor; this policy has now been extended for five years.
He added: ``The army recognises a small minority of soldiers take drugs, but misuse is not widespread and we have a zero-tolerance policy.