The place to check the law in Indiana regarding restraints is through The Department of Developmenatal Disabilities. At least that's what it's called in Illinois. There are specific laws which may vary from state to state which provide the law regarding the use of restraints, ROM, toileting and hydration. In Illinois, the physician is required to see and document at the beginning of the restaint and every eight hours. There also must be a restriction of rights completed every 4 hours. In this restriction, a copy which must be provided to the patient, the nurse must state the reason for the restraint. In addition, in Illinois, the nurse must document every 15 minutes the behavior of the patient. If the patient is sleeping, he is no longer a danger and the restraint must be removed. In addition, the patient must be monitored one to one by staff. Meaning a staff memeber must be present at all times. In Illinois, complaints are filed with guardian and advocacy. I'm sure Indiana has a similar agency. On the back of the restriction of rights, in Illinois, the location and phone numbers of the offices are listed. I have never heard of "forensic restraints". Hope this helps.