The Child was tasered not to stop her pushing the child in the road it was later.
It was when she was in the classroom and the teacher could not control her, so they called the Police/Security who obviously failed to restrain her
properly, and then after being punched Tasered the child.
This was a case of hitting back as such by the police/security, who lost his cool after being struck.
If the child was in the classroom, why didn't they they leave her in there, block the door until she calmed down, talked her down, or waited until
two people security/police could restrain her properly.
She had a temper tantrum and is a big girl so tazer her?
Sounds like she has emotional or psychological problems at the time so being ill/sick punish her?
Lack ot training and the security/police are as wrong even more so as an adult and meant to be trained than a big Kid having a temper tantrum.
It was not done to protect anyone except IMHO except the tazerers hurt ego.
I am just short of 6 ft, and not bulky slim but strong as such, I have as said elsewhere with someone of similiar size restrained many times, once an
18 stone man, who had diagnosed psychiatric issues, was about 6ft4 ins and was in a rage of Caveman proportions. In public, quickly, easily and
safely, no harm done, he burnt out.
Its just training and the right mental attitude. Two trained people can restrain even a Seal or the SAS types if you know what they are doing and are
close enough to get contact at the same time, (lol with the sas types obviously without them knowing you are just about to or intend to
) 2 secs
later they are on the ground, unable to move without causing themselves pain, not face down but sitting and just struggle till their muscles burn and
throat is sore from screaming at the frustration of lack of mobility of any limbs, or head without causing themselves pain.
Its sick what is happening in the lack of training for security and police officers for aggressive behaviour.
IMHO this officer should not work in a school again.
Send him to the hood.