A student of a city college was allegedly stripped and searched by a teacher who suspected that she was carrying a cell phone to class against college rules. The incident came to light after the girl, a student of Prince Shri Venkateswara Arts and Science College, lodged a complaint against her physical education teacher to the vice-chancellor V-C of the University of Madras. Students across city colleges condemned the incident. They randomly pick students and check them.
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An 8-year-old girl visiting her father at a Virginia prison was strip searched last month in violation of state policy, authorities said. The child was visiting her father, who is an inmate at Buckingham Correctional Center, Kinney said. The girl was accompanied by an adult visitor who was not her parent or legal guardian. The staff member requested the search because a drug-sniffing dog flagged the daughter and the adult accompanying her, which is department policy. Department of Corrections policy requires that a parent or legal guardian approve the strip search of minors. In this case, the unrelated adult visitor signed off, against policy, Kinney said.
Four middle school girls left the cafeteria and were walking down the hallway, talking and laughing, when they say their principal at East Middle School in Binghamton, New York, stopped them. The girls — all of them 12 and either black or Latina — were taken to the health office, and without any explanation, subjected to "discriminatory, dehumanizing and unlawful strip searches," according to a lawsuit filed Monday by their families and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. The suit, which lays out claims of racial bias and a violation of the girls' civil rights during the Jan. The claims also led New York Gov.
Exclusive : In the past three years, girls have been forced to undergo the controversial practice. The New South Wales police performed strip-searches on more than girls in the last three years, including two year-olds. The revelations come as the NSW police watchdog revealed last week that it investigated six separate allegations of misuse of strip-search powers by police last year , and is likely to place the practice under increased scrutiny. The data, obtained by the Redfern Legal Centre, reveals that since there have been 3, strip-searches by police on women in NSW. Young women aged 25 and under accounted for almost half the searches, while the oldest woman strip-searched was 72 years old.