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Enforcement Standards

How an organization chooses to enforce its rules or to adjudicate disputes. For example, suppose a government criminalizes tax fraud but not tax avoidance. In lieu of more specific rulings from the government, the tax collection agency may set its own rules as to the difference between the two. These rules are the agency's enforcement standards.
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The first was the more restrictive investigative guidelines instituted after the revelations of the 1970s, which temporarily endorsed a law enforcement standard for domestic security investigations.
Viewed in this light, the response or non-response--by the bank's regulators in the Abacus Bank matter provides a warning to beware the consequences of this new, aggressive enforcement standard of regulation, and the growing disconnect between regulators and the businesses they regulate.
To ensure long-term, full compliance with the FSA Food Law Enforcement Standard we have developed, and are currently implementing, an action plan, details of which have been supplied to the Agency and are set out within the report.
Among water samples that had an iron concentration greater than the groundwater enforcement standard of 0.
The elite, tight-knit cadre of just 60 officers has helped set the law enforcement standard for urban, tactical response.
Section IV addresses the proper scope of the effects test under section 7, and section V uses the principles discussed in sections III and IV in developing a suggested enforcement policy for horizontal mergers, that is, a proposed section 7 enforcement standard.
While the enforcement standard for SOX is clear, the rigor of enforcement and the acceptable practices for compliance will be established over the conning years.
For police, daytime curfews lower the enforcement standard from one of ``doing'' to one of ``being.
They join NTS eager to apply their entrepreneurial talents and extensive experience to NTS's aggressive strategy - to establish video as the industry's next generation, automated enforcement standard.
Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Scott Stephenson of Midland as well as the reappointments of Richard Heins of Sterling Heights, David Hiller of Grosse Pointe Park, Donald Mawer of Frankenmuth, Duane Smith of Saline, and Arthur (Art) Weiss of Farmington Hills to the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES).
IADLEST (International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training; iadlest.
Levy's presentation was followed by an intense Q&A session comparing and contrasting regulatory requirements and enforcement standards.

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