In Washington state, panel to review handcuffing policy

04/20/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Kent School District, one of the few in Washington state permitting the handcuffing of students, has been mired in controversy since early March, when the NAACP filed suit charging that excessive force had been used on black students. The system has hired retired Army Brig. Gen. Julius F. Johnson, who is black, to head a panel to investigate allegations of racial discrimination.

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