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Dearie me what a mess! Had a few wines last night also. I am going out of my mind with worry! Hence the last message! I think I was trying to say why would she not show her face? Also if we present at the police station voluntary with an intermediary when it is arranged could he de detained?
I am very concerned now about his anxious state he now says he just wants it sorting out! (ASD kicking in.) "Mum if I say I knew she was not 16 will it be all sorted? " I am fearful that a false confession will result if he is interviewed in this anxious state. Please advise.
Elliot has now been bailed. It was traumatic and he is now a mess, digressing back to behaviours of many years ago. Even I suspect bed-wetting.
Could you explain the conditions of his bail?
To cooperate with social services to have a capacity assessment.
(he was a mess and deemed unfit at the station to be interviewed.)
Also: Not to have any contact with anyone under the age of 18 unsupervised by an adult.
Does this mean he can't even go to the shops alone? we don't want to do anything that will be wrong.
We fear for his mental well-being. We have spent years making him as independent as possible!
Sorry I mislead you with my question.
I understand the cooperate..
I wondered what a capacity assessment was and how this would be done?
One final question. He is a young vulnerable adult with a history of difficulties that have been well documented over time. Does he too have a right to anonymity and if so how do we go about this?