Judge says child rapist barred from being alone with girls aged 10 to 16 CAN live with his toddler daughter as long as he is ‘loosely supervised’
- A convicted child rapist has been allowed to live with his toddler daughter
- The little girl was taken into care after her mother was accused of neglect
- A judge has now concluded the father’s parents should be her guardians
- Despite being barred from being with girls aged 10-16, he can live there too
A convicted child rapist barred from being alone with girls aged ten to 16 can live with his toddler daughter as long as he is ‘loosely supervised’, a family court judge has ruled.
Judge Karen Venables has concluded that the little girl – who is aged about two – should be brought up by the man’s parents.
She has approved a plan drawn up by social services bosses which will allow the girl’s father, who is in his mid-20s, to ‘remain within the household’ providing that he is ‘loosely supervised’.
Decision: A family court judge has ruled that a convicted child rapist barred from being alone with girls aged ten to 16 can live with his toddler daughter as long as he is ‘loosely supervised’ (file photo)
Detail of the case has emerged in a ruling by the judge following a family court hearing in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
No one involved was identified.
Judge Venables said the man and the little girl’s mother had separated.
The toddler had been living with her mother but had been taken into care by social services staff at Buckinghamshire County Council last year after her mother was accused of neglect.
Social services bosses had subsequently asked the judge to make decisions about the little girl’s future. The judge concluded that the youngster could not return to her mother’s care.
Under the council plan she approved, the father’s parents will become the girl’s guardians.
Judge Venables said Buckinghamshire County Council was ‘content’ for the girl’s father to live at his parents’ home with her. She said the man had ‘learning difficulties’.
Detail of the case emerged in a ruling by Judge Karen Venables following a hearing at a family court in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire (pictured). No one involved was identified
The judge said he appeared ‘contrite and remorseful’ for the ‘awful crime’ he had committed.
And she said the girl’s mother had not opposed the local authority’s plan.
Judge Venables said: ‘It is noteworthy that (the mother) does not oppose the making of a special guardianship order in favour of the paternal grandparents nor to (the man) forming part of the household.
‘I recognise that it must have been a very difficult decision for her to make, particularly where she had such understandable concerns about (the man’s) history.’
The toddler had been living with her mother but had been taken into care by social services staff at Buckinghamshire County Council (pictured) last year after her mother was accused of neglect
The judge added: ‘The local authority’s care plan for (the girl) is firmly supported by the … guardian. The fact of the father’s convictions is very troubling and has been the focus of much of the court’s inquiry.’
She said the grandparents had demonstrated a ‘clear child-focused’ approach to parenting and were ‘alive to their role’ as ‘protector as well as carer’ of the little girl.
Judge Venables said the man had ‘impressed’ social services professionals who had assessed him.
She said: ‘He has acknowledged learning difficulties but has appeared contrite and remorseful for the awful crime he committed.
‘He has not committed any other offences. He is seven years older.’
The judge also said the man was in a ‘close and loving relationship’ with a ‘young woman who is described as articulate, insightful and sensitive’.
And she said an occupational therapist had assessed the man and ‘considered’ that he had ‘moved from high to low-to-medium risk’.
Judge Venables added: ‘The local authority and the … guardian consider that it is and will be safe for (the girl) to be in the same house as her father in light of her father’s motivation, stability, demonstrable empathy and insight.
‘The local authority and the … guardian say that the father should participate in (the girl’s) care but should not be left in his sole care until the level of risk has been further assessed.
‘Thus I will make the special guardianship order in favour of the paternal grandparents.’
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