Council of Europe condemns use of pain-inducing restraint on children


The use of pain-inducing restraint techniques on children in secure settings is in violation of international commitments made by the UK government, the Council of Europe has warned.

Pain-inducing restraint is used in secure units in the UK. Picture: Adobe Stock
Pain-inducing restraint is used in secure units in the UK. Picture: Adobe Stock

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