Interrupt a student’s impulsive behavior that threatens the student’s immediate safety, including running in front of a vehicle or climbing on unsafe structures or objects; or(iii) Effectively protect oneself or another from an assault, injury or sexual contact with the minimum physical contact necessary for protection.
(a) “Seclusion” means the involuntary confinement of a student alone in a room from which the student is physically prevented from leaving.
“Seclusion” does not include the removal of a student for a short period of time to provide the student with an opportunity to regain self-control if the student is in a setting from which the student is not physically prevented from leaving.
“Serious bodily injury” means any significant impairment of the physical condition of a person, as determined by qualified medical personnel, whether self-inflicted or inflicted by someone else. [2011 c.665 §1; 2019 c.267 §1]