Group wants Maine to do more on restraint, seclusion complaints

10/18/2010 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

The Disability Rights Center of Maine has asked state education officials to improve the way they investigate claims about the misuse of restraint and seclusion. The request comes after officials declined to investigate two complaints due to a lack of details. "What they're saying is, 'Until you do our work for us, we're not going to investigate this,' " said a lawyer for the Disability Rights Center of Maine.

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