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 Strip search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thus bathing, which is a justifiable necessity, often allows a similar outcome to a strip search with less legal liability, being less actionable when applied to everyone entering a facility, as well as being less offensive to clients than requiring them to undergo what is overtly presented as a strip search.
In North America, civil lawsuits, as well as criminal code changes against strip searches have usually been successful when a person is strip-searched by someone of the other gender, especially in cases where a woman has been strip-searched by a male guard or guards.
Another legal issue is that of blanket strip searches, such as in jails where arrestees are routinely strip-searched prior to having been found guilty of any crime in a court of law. /wiki/Strip_search   (632 words)

 MSN Encarta - Gaza Strip
Gaza Strip, region in southwestern Asia, bordered on the south by Egypt, on the west by the Mediterranean Sea, and on the north and east by Israel.
The Gaza Strip is a narrow territory extending from the northern Sinai Peninsula into Israel's Mediterranean coastal plain.
The area of the Gaza Strip is 378 sq km (146 sq mi); its shape and size were determined by the armistice agreement signed by Israel and Egypt after the first Arab-Israeli War (1948-1949). /encyclopedia_761579828/Gaza_Strip.html   (648 words)

 No. 00-3524
The circuit court concluded that the strip search of Wallace violated the statute because Wallace was not a "detained person," as the statute defines the term, and because the search was not authorized by the chief of police as the statute requires.
In it, Wallace said that he had consented to a strip search; that he was not threatened or coerced into consenting to the search; that the cocaine was his; and that he was going to use the money obtained from selling the cocaine to rent a car.
Given the conceded distinction between the two types of searches, as well as the heightened level of scrutiny with which we are to view police conduct involving highly intrusive body cavity searches, we are unwilling to hold that a valid consent to the former always suffices as a consent to the latter. /res/capp/2002/00-3524.htm   (4944 words)

 Students win $450K settlement due to strip search
Before the strip search even occurred, the government had already forced the boys to attend school, forced their parents to pay for the school via taxation, forced the boys to change their clothes and exercise (via gym class), and likely didn't let them use the restroom without permission.
The strip search was prompted by a teacher who accused the four boys of stealing her ring.
Shocked by the search and the minimal punishment against the administrator, the boys and their parents retaliated by filing a federal civil rights suit against the board of education and the administrator. /topics/stripsearch/nyc_strip_search_ring_2005_bronx.html   (556 words) / News / Local / Mass. / Settlement reached in strip search lawsuit against York County Jail
The strip search policy, which went into effect on April 30, calls for inmates to undress down to their underwear in front of jail officers, but then stand behind a privacy screen to finish disrobing and to put on a jail uniform.
Gene Libby, a Portland attorney who was one of the lawyers representing York County, said the county has agreed to maintain a new strip search policy and to pay money, but it does not admit to wrongdoing.
Attorneys have estimated that as many as 7,500 people were illegally stripped at the jail and could be eligible to receive part of the settlement. /news/local/massachusetts/articles/2004/12/27/settlement_reached_in_massachusetts_womans_strip_search_lawsuit   (602 words)

 New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice
The officer in charge shall assure that all strip searches and body cavity searches are conducted in private and that these searches cannot be observed by persons not physically conducting the search.
If exigent circumstances were the basis for the search, the officer who conducted the strip search must file a separate written report stating the reasons for the immediate search.
Unless authorized by search warrant or consent, a strip search should not be conducted if the arrested person will be released without custodial confinement or will soon be released on bail or own recognizance. /lps/dcj/agguide/stripout.htm   (977 words)

 Strip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
the forced removal of clothes by others, such as a strip search, or mandatory decontamination (e.g.
"everyone at the crime scene was stripped and washed down for their own safety").
a British term for a sports uniform; eg "football strip". /wiki/Strip   (287 words) - N.Y. County Ordered to Stop Strip-Search Policy
Hurd rejected as a misstatement of 2nd Circuit law the defendant's contention that a search or observation becomes a strip search only if the anus, genitals and/or breast areas are targeted.
Since Marriott was to be detained in lieu of bail, he was required to strip and shower in front of a corrections officer, lift his arms, open his mouth and spread the lobes of his buttocks.
An upstate New York county has been ordered to suspend a policy in which all detainees, including those arrested on misdemeanor and traffic charges, are required to strip naked in front of a corrections officer. /jsp/article.jsp?id=1112090709306   (592 words)

 CCLA - Strip Search
She was then taken to the police station, strip searched, (allegedly with the door open so that male officers could see), and released within the hour.
Police can only strip-search the person for the purpose of: (1) discovering weapons in their possession — to ensure the safety of police, the person being arrested, and other persons; or (2) to discover evidence related to the offence for which the person was arrested.
In addition, the Court ruled that, in order to protect a person’s right under section 8 of the Charter, strip searches must, if at all possible, be conducted at the police station. /privacy/stripsearch.html   (1337 words)

 BBC - Nottingham Students - My first... anti-depressants
Rhys Roberts is a 21 yr old student at the Nottingham Trent university who had the pleasure of a strip search at the tender age of 18.
On the one hand you have the more pleasurable end of the scale such as strip tease, or the beloved drunken game strip poker but on the other side of the coin comes the dreaded strip search.
Nothing, I wasn't strip searched at customs, I was at a friends house party. /nottingham/students/2004/05/my_first_strip_search.shtml   (627 words)

 Zero Intelligence: One more time for schools slow on the uptake: Do NOT strip search your students.
If the strip search occurred (and all signs point to yes) then that teacher needs to be disciplined and removed from a position where he is the sole supervisor of students.
I sincerely doubt that it is legal for teachers to strip search students, unless simply because no one ever thought that there would ever need to be such a law.
I think that what Lt. Gotney meant by his statement that this, "does not mean there was not a strip search," is that he has found no evidence that a search occured, but cannot prove that it did not occur. /archives/000406.php   (611 words)

 Big Island principal sued over alleged strip search - The Honolulu Advertiser - Hawaii's Newspaper
Under state administrative rules, the Department of Education forbids strip searches, but because the academy is a charter school, the courts may have to decide if the school has more latitude when it comes to interpreting them, said spokesman Greg Knudsen.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawai'i filed suit in federal court yesterday alleging a Big Island principal ordered a female student strip-searched.
The suit claims the search violated the girl's right to be free from unreasonable search under the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution and her right to privacy under the state constitution. /article/2003/May/14/ln/ln12a.html   (467 words) / News / Local / Mass. / Strip searches lead to Wendy's suspensions
The caller gave the managers instructions to perform a strip search of a single employee at each location, and the managers complied, Bertini said.
None of the searched employees, who are also being paid, has returned to work, Bertini said.
He said he believes the caller gave the managers enough information to identify one employee to be searched. /news/local/massachusetts/articles/2004/02/26/strip_searches_lead_to_wendys_suspensions   (212 words)

 Strip Search
All three Bs on display as she undergoes a "strip search" and interrogation. /Aesthete/0Titles/index-StripSearch.html   (27 words)

 Your Right to Forbid a Strip Search
They cannot strip search you just because you are part of a suspicious group.
That means that in MOST situations, your teachers and the police are not permitted to strip search you.
If only she had known that she was protected by the the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits unreasonable searches. /topics/stripsearch/striprights.html   (415 words)

 goats: Goats News forum: Strip Search
Our Comics Search interface displays the lines of dialogue and other indexed items that match your search so you can find that one comic you've been looking for but can't, for the life of you, remember where it is in the archive.
jon, masterbate(s,ion) does not appear in a search of any of the topics, and while this is not an issue of a reference being there and not identified, but a general wonderment of why there's no reference to hit.
And I found that the search on the forums only returns hits for mention inside a message, and not on contents of author names (so searching for Zamphir does not return one hit for each post I've made, just one hit for each post that mentions me). /forums/news/596.html   (1466 words)

 No Liability in School's Strip Search [Free Republic]
With regard to strip searches of schoolchildren, Carnes said, there was no clear legal authority at the time alerting school and police officials that a search of an entire classroom was illegal. /forum/a37f9f55b4cd0.htm   (3492 words)

 American Civil Liberties Union : ACLU of Illinois Challenges Ethnic and Religious Bias in Strip Search of Muslim Woman at O'Hare International Airport
Kaukab was identified and subjected to a humiliating search not because she posed any security threat, but only because her wearing of a hijab identified her as a Muslim,” said Lorie Chaiten, a lawyer for the ACLU of Illinois.
Kaukab be searched further despite the fact that there was no indication that she was carrying any banned materials on her person or in her carry-on bags.
Kaukab again asserted her religious beliefs and requested that a woman conduct any search involving the removal of her hijab, the male security employee finally acceded to her request and she entered the private area with two female employees. /RacialEquality/RacialEquality.cfm?ID=9717&c=133   (1381 words)

 Strip Search
The Strip got its start as an industrial center in the mid-19th century — during the Civil War, a foundry in the Strip produced what was then the world’s largest gun.
The Strip District of downtown Pittsburgh is a long, narrow strip — hence the name — of stores, restaurants, and atmosphere that’s concentrated around Penn Avenue.
The skyline still looks industrial, but warehouses have been converted to market stalls and bakeries, and, while the Strip still has a predilection for the massive, it now runs more toward huge cuts of meat and giant sacks of rice. /zine375/strip.html   (1653 words)

 WorldNetDaily: District concedes strip-search to settle suit
The strip searches, which took an hour to conduct, were to no avail.
Next, they were instructed to unzip their jeans or slacks and pull them down so the nurse could search inside the jeans or slacks and inside the waistband of the girls panties.
The $55 was not found on any of the search subjects. /news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=34318   (617 words)

 Search Courier Publications
After the settlement with Miller in 2001, a policy change written by then-Knox County Jail Administrator Richard Robbins, prohibiting strip searches of misdemeanor detainees, appears to have been ignored, according to the recent court ruling, which granted partial summary judgment to the plaintiffs.
Jail officials did nothing to stop "the institutionally entrenched unconstitutional practice of strip searching all misdemeanor detainees brought to the Knox County Jail," Carter wrote.
Stolt has said Knox County's "squat and cough" strip searches were more degrading than those that took place in York. /articles/2005/11/11/camdenherald/local_news/z8strip.txt   (792 words)

 SAN MATEO COUNTY / Strip-search case a class-action / Judge lets women sue as a group over former jail policy
She said strip searches at the men's jail were governed by a more restrictive policy, allowing strip searches only for inmates reasonably suspected of concealing contraband or for those arrested for crimes involving drugs, weapons or violence.
About 2,000 women were strip-searched during the period covered by the suit, between February 2002 and December 2003, said Andrew Schwartz, a lawyer for the plaintiffs.
If the county's former search policy -- which was changed in December 2003 -- is ruled illegal by the judge, all members of the class would be eligible for damages, based on invasion of privacy and emotional distress. /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/11/02/BAGKAFHLNI1.DTL   (493 words) - School strip search not actionable - August 17, 2001
ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) -- A federal appeals court has upheld a judge's ruling that a strip search of elementary school pupils was unconstitutional but that a teacher and a police officer involved could not be sued for conducting the search.
The appeals court said she was correct to rule there was no clear legal authority at the time alerting school and police officials that a search of an entire classroom was illegal, and those officials were protected from liability because they acted to fulfill their duties.
The judge ruled in 1999 the search was a violation of Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches. /2001/fyi/teachers.ednews/08/17/   (256 words) / News / Local / Mass. / Suit challenges strip search of man at drug-raid site
Hrones said that the department's policy allows body cavity searches when there is a "high degree of probable cause" and requires that the search be conducted by a qualified medical professional.
Santiago's attorney, Stephen Hrones of Boston, said yesterday that having a valid search warrant for the apartment didn't give police the authority for an invasive search of his client's body.
A Boston man who was visiting his girlfriend's apartment during a 2003 drug raid has sued the city and two Boston police drug investigators, claiming his civil and constitutional rights were violated when he was subjected to a body-cavity search allegedly conducted without probable cause and in violation of police department policy. /news/local/massachusetts/articles/2004/04/14/suit_challenges_strip_search_of_man_at_drug_raid_site   (504 words)

 American Civil Liberties Union : ACLU of Hawaii Sues Over Strip-Search of Female Student; 15-Year-Old Accused of $30 Theft Was Stripped Totally Bare
HONOLULU -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawai’i today filed a lawsuit against officials at a public charter school in Pahoa over the strip-search of a 15-year-old girl who was made to stand completely naked after she was accused of stealing $30.
American Civil Liberties Union : ACLU of Hawaii Sues Over Strip-Search of Female Student; 15-Year-Old Accused of $30 Theft Was Stripped Totally Bare
However the trauma of the search caused her to move to another school after the incident. /StudentsRights/StudentsRights.cfm?ID=12613&c=161   (540 words)

 ABC News: Cops Investigate School Strip Search Case
In Thursday's search, the boys were sent off with a male teacher and the girls with a female teacher, who told them to strip to their underwear, Green said.
LA MARQUE, Texas Jan 7, 2005 — Police are investigating after 10 students between the ages of 11 and 12 were strip-searched while officials at their award-winning charter school tried to find a missing $10 bill.
The search has angered at least one parent, who filed a complaint with La Marque police and pulled her four children out of the school. /US/wireStory?id=394088   (382 words)

 CNN - Strip search - Feb. 11, 1997
The American Civil Liberties Union says strip searches are rare in U.S. airports and that less intrusive technologies are available.
But Lyle Malotky of the FAA said that if the agency sees sufficient threat posed by people carrying weapons that today's metal detectors can't detect, body-scanning -- the high-tech equivalent of a strip search -- may become commonplace.
One controversial solution being looked at by the Federal Aviation Administration is Body Search, an imaging device that uses low-level radiation to X-ray a suspect. /TECH/9702/11/body.scanners   (363 words) - Missouri 4th graders allegedly strip-searched for missing medal - October 11, 2000
ADRIAN, Missouri (AP) -- A principal in Adrian, Missouri, allegedly ordered fourth-grade children to strip to their underwear during a search for a missing war medal, and parents are seeking a reprimand.
The boys were told to strip to their underwear in front of Henrickson and a male coach, and the girls were patted down by a female teacher.
In addition to the reprimand, parents want an apology from school officials and a district policy on student searches, said Dick Kurtenbach, executive director of the ACLU of Kansas and Western Missouri. /2000/US/10/11/medal.stripsearch.ap/index.html   (355 words)

 strip-search. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
To search (a person) for illegal articles, such as drugs or weapons, by first requiring the removal of all clothing. /61/32/S0813200.html   (84 words)

 Appeals court says Whitmore Lake students strip search illegal
The search happened on May 24, 2000, after a student told her gym teacher that $354 in prom money had been stolen during class.
The decision by Judges Ralph Guy Jr., John Rogers and U.S. District Judge David Dowd said the search was unreasonable because it was done without consent or reason to suspect that a particular student was at fault.
"At the time the searches were performed, the law did not clearly establish that the searches were unconstitutional under these circumstances," it wrote. /news/statewire/sw113976_20050405.htm   (274 words)

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