West Australian teachers require a bit of sortin' out:
Nearly 300 school staff were assaulted by either parents or students in terms two and three of this year.
Education Minister Liz Constable does have a solution for this problem, however:
In the last few months a police sergeant has been seconded to the Education Department to, as a school safety liaison officer, provide first hand advice to principals and to schools and others and staff as they require it.
Whoa, a single police will provide advice from the Education Department in Perth. A teacher in Kununurra, 3,200 kilometers distant, will be greatly relieved to know a police officer in Perth is available to tell her what to do should she have her head punched in.