deprivation of liberty

See: restraint
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The lawyer demanded that the officers be tried on charges of insult, threat, deprivation of liberty and willful injury.
Prior Information Notice: Deprivation of liberty safeguards assessments.
The UN rights group is right to say that "the cleric was detained for exercising his right to freedom of opinion and that the deprivation of liberty of Sheikh Salman is arbitrary.
Attendees will update their knowledge of the Care Act, Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) and learn from best practice to improve care and protection strategies for adults.
I took on the role as head of safeguarding in 2010 and lead on child protection, lookedafter children, protection of adults at risk, deprivation of liberty safeguards, domestic abuse, management of dangerous and sex offenders, and anti-radicalisation.
IN the Examiner on June 6 the article 'Council faces huge bill for safeguard reports' states that each application for a Deprivation of Liberty Safeguard costs at least PS1,200.
An additional area of concern relates to the detention -- and related deprivation of liberty -- of children in response to their alleged association with extremist groups, the report highlights, reminding that such children should be treated primarily as victims.
Presenting his latest report to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Juan Mendez, the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, warned that the detention and illtreatment of children were inextricably linked and that it remained incumbent upon States to ensure that children were protected from the range of risks associated with the deprivation of liberty.
is is a matter of trust, I have no trust in them, they're keeping her under this deprivation of liberty order, they wouldn't tell me how to appeal to overturn it.
Consistent with the First Amendment, Elonis' words alone do not justify the deprivation of liberty in the form of the 44-month prison sentence he received.
The court is clear the current regime to which M is subject, while not involving physical barriers, nonetheless does entail a deprivation of liberty and is not just one involving restrictions on movement falling short of this.
The CQC also recommended that staff should "receive training and are aware of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and apply these in practice where appropriate.