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While it’s probable that fines and other punitive measures are in store for some or all of these companies, it’s much less likely that any of them will be carved up.
They’ve called for a less punitive approach and in June approved a pilot program so that people accused of evading fares had the option to pay a lesser fine or complete community service.
New board leaders including Chairman Nathan Fletcher and City Councilwoman Monica Montgomery, who chairs the agency’s public security committee, have called for the agency to consider a less punitive approach.
That punitive style of policing is what’s under scrutiny now, as the agency makes changes internally and a new group of leaders take the wheel.
The agency’s punitive approach to fare evasion is now under scrutiny, as it undergoes a complete rethink of how its quasi-public security team operates.
THE POLICE REFORM PUSH COMES FOR MTSLISA HALVERSTADT AND JESSE MARXJUNE 25, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
It also left the Crusader States open to punitive actions from the triumphant Mamluks.
Meanwhile, the market price of housing in a place like Manhattan lies somewhere between punitive and prohibitive.
Punitive expeditions are not organised in the event of slight fevers or even serious illness—only when the patient dies.
"It's the perfect punitive world," Uncle Ingemar said proudly.
Almost p 285every month there are punitive raids made from the towns, and brigands are captured and put to death.

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