I think most pilots don’t understand that when they get the “number”, they’re normally just talking to our area FLM or even a CIC who will explain like why what they did negatively impacted us and what we were looking for. The only time the front desk and the big bosses start looking at stuff is if you caused an airspace violation or loss of separation.Lol missed that key part. I highly doubt anyone is actually getting violated for this. Maybe a phone number to call, but that’s not being violated.
The FAA can’t even discipline their own....at my facility there’s people Non Op because they lost their security clearance due to a pending Felony Fraud case where they helped embezzle over $4M from the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. They haven’t worked traffic in over 2 years, yet still somehow count in our staffing numbers and make a cool $150k to literally show up and stay out of everyone’s way. If those people are fine, At least in my airspace, I think a pilot going 20 knots slow on arrival will be fine, is my point I guess.