Definition of conduct sheet in English:

conduct sheet

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noun

A form used in schools and the armed forces to record someone’s offences and punishments.
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  • The only crime on his conduct sheet was taking a pear from an orchard in France, for which he was confined to barracks for four days in August 1914.
  • In summary that evidence included the appellant's regimental conduct sheet for the period up until March 1982, which demonstrated how he had made up stories about being attacked or having things stolen from him.
  • The following specimen entries for a conduct sheet describe a variety of situations requiring an entry.

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