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What does FTT stand for?

FTT stands for Failure to Train

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The police agency's secretary general, Ronald Noble, attacked the "ongoing failure to train and equip Afghan authorities to collect store and share basic law enforcement information such as photographs, fingerprints and DNA history, including of convicted terrorists, there is no data to be shared with law enforcement, regionally and globally," Noble said.
The police agency's secretary general, Ronald Noble, attacked the "ongoing failure to train and equip Afghan authorities to collect store and share basic law enforcement information such as photographs, fingerprints and DNA history, including of convicted terrorists, there is no data to be shared with law enforcement, regionally and globally," Noble said.
More than one million schoolchildren were left waiting for marks after a series of blunders, including a failure to train markers on time.
While the statute states neither training nor the failure to train will "in and of itself" eliminate or create liability, a plaintiff's counsel will argue to a jury that non-compliant employers should be punished for not doing their part to prevent the sexual harassment their client alleges.
The Court described this standard as follows: Only where a failure to train reflects a "deliberate" or "conscious" choice by a municipality--a "policy" as defined by our prior cases--can a city be liable for such failure under Section 1983.
The letters, which came from a Crewe company called the Anti-Money Laundering Support Team, threatened that failure to train staff in money laundering can result in hefty fines or jail sentences and quotes the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
More than one million schoolchildren were left waiting for marks after a series of blunders, including a failure to train markers on time.