District Attorney Terence Hallinan said he was very disturbed by the incident, which he contended violated Juvenile Probation Department rules. He said his office was investigating. Juvenile Hall Director Judy Griffin said the male supervisor had been present during the search "to ensure that proper procedures were followed" and that he had helped hold the girl down on the floor while a female staffer removed the girl's clothes.
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Maryland Juvenile Services Secretary Sam Abed pledged Thursday to change his department's policies and move to limit the use of strip-searches and shackles on young people held in state facilities. Abed, speaking at the first meeting of a task force studying the state's treatment of juveniles, said his agency has identified several ways to limit shackling and strip-searches and asked that they be included in the panel's formal recommendations. The department's recommendations include limiting the use of shackles when youths are transported by staff members for home visits, and not strip-searching youths after visits with attorneys or appearances in court.
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When you send your kid off to school in the morning you'd like to think they were safe, treated fairly, and that school officials were reasonable. Although juvenile strip searches are rare in school, they can happen. In a recent federal case out of Georgia, a middle school boy was taken to the principal's office because he was suspected of having marijuana in his backpack.
Mundine grew up in Redfern in inner Sydney, the youngest of three boys. After his parents died he was sent to live with family in La Perouse, about 13km away, but ran away when he was 13 to seek out his two older brothers, who he says were "heavily involved" in the criminal justice system by that time. He ended up homeless and with a heroin addiction, and was sent to the youth version of prison when he was