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Kennedy (Appellant) v Cordia (Services) LLP (Respondent) (Scotland)  UKSC 6 On appeal from  CSIH 76 – 10 February 2016 It might have implications for schools and residential homes where staff are at risk from bites, blows and kicks from children and young people. This case involved a member of staff who slipped on […]Read More
The serious case review into abuse at Winterbourne View recommended that supine restraint should be banned, not prone. This has not stopped training organisations who use supine holds campaigning for a ban on prone restraints, which they do not use. Prone has never been banned. “Guidance provides information and good practice but is not statutory […]Read More
The Challenging Behaviour Foundation have produced a position statement regarding Restrictive Physical Interventions for Children and Young People that Team Teach almost fully agrees with as accurate and helpful. We have written to them offering our support, with regards to the information they are distributing concerning “face down” positions. Dear Vivien Cooper, I have just […]Read More
In November 2015 a High Court judgement was announced concerning a 14-year-old boy, known as AB. It ruled that any deprivation of liberty of a child who is subject to a care order must have legal authorisation. This information is kindly provided by Bernard Allen. He is an expert witness with ten years’ experience who […]Read More
The truth about BILD Accreditation, ICM Accreditation, and Security Industry Training. In March 2015, the BBC reported widespread fraud and malpractice in the security training industry involving bogus BTEC qualifications in restraint. Schools and residential care homes have been receiving unsolicited letters and emails from some of these companies as part of a negative marketing […]Read More