Do I have the right to know where my child is during visitation UK?
Yes — if you have a custody order specifying that parents must disclose the child’s whereabouts during their visitation time. It’s a violation of the order if a parent refuses to reveal the child’s location.
What is Sarahs law?
The child sex offender disclosure scheme, sometimes called ‘Sarah’s Law’, allows parents, carers or guardians to formally ask the police for information about a person who has contact with their child, or a child close to them, if they’re concerned the person may pose a risk.
Can my ex control who is around my child?
You may or may not be able to stop the other parent’s significant other from being around your child. In general, you do not have the power to dictate which adults are around your child when they are with the other parent.
What do I do if my child doesn’t want to see a parent?
If your child is refusing visitation with your co-parent due to a reason that directly concerns their safety, bring this to the attention of your attorney or other legal professionals immediately. If the reason does not directly impact their safety or well-being, your child should attend visitations.
What is Jessie’s Law?
J E S S I C A’ S L A W “Jessica’s Law mandates a minimum 25-year prison sentence and lifetime electronic. monitoring for adults convicted of lewd and lascivious acts against a child under the age of 12. Stop Child. Predators has helped pass versions of the law in 46 states.
Is there a Megan’s Law in the UK?
No ‘Megan’s Law’ for the UK.
Can parents track their children’s location with GPS technology?
Parents may not be able to keep their children in sight at all times, but GPS technology allows them to track their location almost anywhere.
What rights do I have if I live with my family?
This includes the right to live with your family and, where this is not possible, the right to regular contact. ‘Family life’ can include the relationship between an unmarried couple, an adopted child and the adoptive parent, and a foster parent and fostered child.
Do you have the right to live your life privately?
You have the right to live your life privately without government interference. The courts have interpreted the concept of ‘private life’ very broadly. It covers things like your right to determine your sexual orientation, your lifestyle, and the way you look and dress.
Can I request information from the police about my child?
There’s no guarantee your request will be granted as the police will only disclose information if it is lawful, necessary and proportionate to do so in the interests of protecting the child, or children, from harm.