|(a) Restraints must be fully documented and the documentation
must be maintained, except as noted in subsection (b) of this section.
Written documentation regarding the use of restraints must include,
at a minimum:
(1) name of the juvenile;
(2) name and title of each staff member who administered
(3) narrative description of the restraint event from
each staff member who participated in the restraint;
(4) date of the restraint;
(5) duration of each type of restraint (e.g., personal
or mechanical), including notation of the time each type of restraint
began and ended;
(6) location of the restraint;
(7) events and behavior that prompted the initial restraint
and any continued restraint;
(8) de-escalation efforts and restraint alternatives
(9) type of restraint(s) applied, including, as applicable:
(A) the specific type of personal restraint hold applied;
(B) the type of mechanical restraint device(s) applied;
(10) any injury that occurred during the restraint.
(b) The following events are not required to be documented
as a restraint, except as noted in subsection (c) of this section:
(1) using mechanical restraints during routine transportation;
(2) a juvenile probation officer taking a juvenile
into custody under Texas Family Code §52.01 or §52.015.
(c) The exception in subsection (b) of this section
does not apply when:
(1) the juvenile's cooperation is compelled through
the use of a personal restraint; or
(2) the juvenile receives an injury in relation to
the restraint event or restraint devices.