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Restraint is one of four categories of Physical Intervention that may be used in exceptional circumstances to prevent likely injury to a child/adult or others or to prevent likely damage to property. Restraint is defined as the positive application of force with the intention of overpowering a child/adult. Practically, this means any measure or technique designed to completely restrict a child/adult's mobility or prevent a child from leaving.

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