Detention. Teachers and other certificated employees shall have the authority to detain students under their supervision for up to forty (40) minutes after the regular student dismissal time. Detention will not extend beyond the time of departure of the bus upon which the student can ride unless prior arrangements have been made with the student’s parents or guardian.
Detention. The DOJ study reported a strong relationship between race and detention in that Black youth were almost 2¾ times more likely to be detained than similarly situated White youth. In the first assessment study by Leiber, race was not found to be a statistically significant predictor of the detention decision once all legal and extralegal factors are taking into account. This does not mean that racial differences do not exist or can be ignored. Rather, it means that we can specify the way which such racial differences come into being and possibly fashion programs or revise policies to move toward greater equity. In the present study, while race was not found to have a statistical significant main effect with detention outcomes, there was the presence of an interaction effect involving race and being charged with a person offense. White youth charged with a person offense is inverse and not statistically significant. Black youth charged with a person offense is positive and statistically significant. In fact, Black youth involved in a person offense increases the likelihood of being detained by over two times relative to other youth. Most of the legal and extralegal variables predict detention as one would expect. For example, crime severity is predictive of detention. Non-judicial. In the DOJ assessment study, Blacks were found to be less likely than similarly situated Whites to receive a warning and a fine, restitution or public service sanction. Or, in other words, Blacks were more likely than Whites to be referred for further juvenile court proceedings once controls are considered. The results from Leiber’s first assessment study showed that this effect remained. Blacks were 1 and half times more likely than Whites to be referred to a court hearing net controls. In the present study, race was not found to be a statistical significant determinant of decision making at this stage. While there are some individual effects with the dependent variable by race comparisons of the coefficients failed to yield evidence of statistical significance. As at detention, this does not mean that racial differences do not exist or can be ignored. Rather, it means that we can specify the way which such racial differences come into being and possibly fashion programs or revise policies to move toward greater equity. In the first assessment study by Leiber, differentiating among the non-judicial case options with warning as one variable and diversion as another variable with rel...
Detention. Detention charges may be considered for payment only if the empty vehicle/container as per the issued plan reports before 2 PM and ISRPL fails to assign the truck/container for loading on that day. Detention will be calculated @ Rs 2000/- per truck per day. Detention during loading will be considered if the loading of a vehicle is not completed within 24 hours of entering inside the plant. For every completed 24hours of stay inside the plant, the detention charge of 2000/- per truck per day shall be paid to the carrier. However no detention will be considered if it is caused by mechanical failure of the truck or any other lapse by the Carrier. Carriers are advised to note that minimum 48 hrs. (Free Period) is required for unloading of a Container from the time of reporting (excluding Sundays & Holidays) at Customers’ end. Truck should preferably report by 1500 hrs. on the day of reporting (as per transit time).
Detention. The rates set forth herein include waiting time of up to one-half hour measured, for docking, from the time that the Tug reports at the dock and for undocking or shifting from the time that the Tug reports at the scheduled sailing or shifting time. Waiting time in excess of one-half hour shall be charged at the applicable hourly rate for each Tug. In addition, if the vessel is delayed for any reason not attributable to XXXXX after commencement of the service, all such delay shall be charged at the applicable hourly rate for each Tug prorated to the nearest quarter hour. With respect to docking, undocking and shifting delays, the applicable hourly rate shall be as set forth in paragraph 4, pro-rated to the nearest quarter hour.
Detention. 28. APPF and its personnel will guard, transport, or question detainees only if: (a) APPF has been specifically contracted to do so by GIRoA; and (b) its personnel are trained in the applicable national and international law. APPF will require its personnel treat all detained persons humanely and consistent with their status and protections under applicable human rights law or international humanitarian law including, in particular, prohibitions on torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Apprehending Persons
Detention. In the event the vessel is prevented from or delayed in berthing or sailing at/from the loading port as a result of SELLERS failure to complete all formalities and process necessary documentation, SELLER will be responsible for the costs associated with the detention of the vessel over and above demurrage.
Detention. CARRIER agrees to allow four (4) free hours at origin, destination, and any intermediate stops before detention charges commence. BROKER must be notified at the end of the four (4) hours that CARRIER is still at location before any charges commence. CARRIER's failure to contact BROKER will result in no detention charges being applied.