Third Grader Handcuffed in School


Published on Aug 3, 2015 by acluvideos

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This third grader was shackled and crying out in pain for 15 minutes. He was restrained because of behavior related to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and a history of trauma.  A member of the school’s staff videotaped the incident.

Students with disabilities represent 12% of public school students but are 75% of all students subjected to physical restraint at school, according to the U.S. Department of Education.

Law enforcement in schools must be trained on how to work with children with disabilities and trauma. Learning de-escalation skills should be as common as fire drills for schools and any law enforcement officers who serve them.

12 thoughts on “Third Grader Handcuffed in School

  1. “Learning de-escalation skills should be as common as fire drills for schools and any law enforcement officers who serve them.”

    In the real world maybe, not in the matrix.

    We’ll see how well this fat pig fares against an awake adult… one that is armed like he is.

    Bet he pisses & sh#ts his drawers just before the lights go out.

    1. So articles about pig brutality, even slightly older ones, are nothing more than “sensational fluff”? Not worth discussing since it happened soooooooo long ago?

      If you’re so on top of things, why aren’t YOU sending in articles for posting, Mr. Ace Reporter?

  2. Again!!! Again, again, again….take your children out of public schools. You birthed them, you raise them. If you leave them in these psychotic institutions, you are as much to blame of child abuse as the direct abusers. This is heart breaking and on top of that, this poor boy is probably pumped full of immunizations which caused the ADHD in the first place. I weep for all these children, especially the boys as they seem to be the targets for this multi-faceted abuse.

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