zero tolerance policy

Medspeak-UK NHS management’s position regarding the protection of staff against incidences of violence
Vox populi Any policy that results in discipline—e.g., expulsion—after a single offense

zero tolerance policy

Substance abuse A stance taken by US government, that any type of drug abuse is punishable by incarceration. See Correctional facility, War on Drugs.
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"We have strictly enforced a zero tolerance policy against corruption right from the day we formed the government", they added.
He said, "Zero tolerance policy of the government against corruption is yielding positive results".
We operate a zero tolerance policy to bullying and harassment and will fully and comprehensively investigate any allegations to such raised by staff.
He said that Zero Tolerance Policy of government against corruption is yielding positive results.
He said that police have adopted zero tolerance policy on kite selling and flying in the district and
'Mega corruption cases will be taken to their logical end, as there is zero tolerance policy against this menace,' he vowed.
The report comes weeks after the Trump administration faced months of building pressure for its zero tolerance policy of separating migrant families at the southern border.
Summary: The airline apologised for the delay, and stressed that it has a zero tolerance policy in such matters.
The IG directed officers to adopt zero tolerance policy against violations, including overloading and violations of motorcyclists.
Summary: New Delhi [India], January 18 (ANI): All India Football Federation's (AIFF) Integrity Officer Javed Siraj on Thursday stressed on its zero tolerance policy towards any match fixing allegations or any corruption related to the sport.
"In Coventry we have a zero tolerance policy toward people who drop litter.