Probe finds restraining immigrant teens at U.S. detention facility isn’t abuse

A state review into the treatment of immigrant teens at a Virginia detention centre has confirmed the facility uses restraint techniques that can include strapping children to chairs and placing mesh bags over their heads, but concluded their treatment doesn’t amount to abuse or neglect.

‘Behind the badge we have a human being’: Officers could struggle psychologically after Fredericton shooting

It’s normal for first responders to experience symptoms such as nightmares or increased irritability after a traumatic event such as Friday’s shooting in New Brunswick, and they should seek help if problems continue or increase over time, experts say.