Wait, how is the proposed "probation" anything different from "do what you're supposed to do anyway" plus a bunch of extra meetings that only distract you from running a buggy team?
As far as I can tell, the incentives to follow the rules:
For a serious team that intentionally wants to play with fire, the DQ hurts, and sitting out a year sets your program back more than any advantage you got.
For a serious team that just screwed up, the DQ is enough punishment that you'd never do it again.
For an non-serious team, it's unclear if taking away the opportunity to participate in a sport you're not all that serious about is much of a punishment either. Fundamentally, if you don't have much to lose, there's not much that anyone can do to force you to do anything.