Explain when restrictive interventions may and may not be used

NOTE: Please be aware that the information on this page is a very rough draft and has not been fact-checked so should be used accordingly (taken with a pinch of salt)! However, it should (hopefully) give you some pointers and set you off in the right direction.

Restrictive interventions should ideally not be used at all but the law recognises that on occasion there may be situations where this is necessary. Restrictive interventions should only be used when the individual or somebody else is at risk from harm or to prevent a crime being committed.