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(Un)safe restraints: A method of last resort
While healthcare and law enforcement do not perform the same job, staff in both industries have many similarities. Both work in high-stress environments. Both often work with people who are upset, scared, aggressive, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or suffering from behavioral health problems. And both have the power to physically restrain someone if that person is deemed a threat to themselves and others.
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