Prone restraint definition

Prone restraint means a restraint in which a student is held face down on the floor.
Prone restraint means restraining a student in a face-down position on the floor or another surface and applying physical pressure to the body of the student to keep the student in the prone position.
Prone restraint means a specific type of restraint in which a student is intentionally placed face down on the floor or another surface, and physical pressure is applied to the student’s body to keep the student in the prone position. (Use of prone restraint is prohibited in all District schools.)

Examples of Prone restraint in a sentence

  • Prone restraint, as defined in 603 CMR 46.02, shall only be permitted under the following, limited circumstances: • The student has a documented history of serious self injury and/or injury to other students and staff.


More Definitions of Prone restraint

Prone restraint means placing a child in a face down position.
Prone restraint means a physical restraint in which a student is placed face down on the floor or another surface, and physical pressure is applied to the student’s body to keep the student in the face-down position.
Prone restraint means a restraint in which the student being restrained is secured in a prone (i.e., face-down) position.
Prone restraint means the restraint of an individual facedown.
Prone restraint means any restraint in which the child is held face down on the floor.
Prone restraint means a restraint in which a resident is in a face-down position against the floor or another surface.
Prone restraint means physical or mechanical restraint while the individual is in the face-down position.