How old are the children?
It is likely that social services would want to do some form of risk assessment.
The criminal courts would not have any authority to prevent contact. I suppose that bail conditions may be levied but that would only last so long.
On the face of it, social services would be the only source of intervention. If the mother is not minded to prevent contact then the family court would not become involved in the matter.
I suppose social services would have to be informed by somebody but it is probable that the police would do that if there is a safeguarding issue.
The truth is that if they knew about it, social services would probably have an issue with contact without any supervision at all.
that is not to say it won't be achieved in the long term but they would probably want to assess the risks. Come what may, this is a sexual offence even if it didn't involve children and that will concern them.
Sorry if that is bad news.
Can I clarify anything for you?
The Judge won't take any action in relation to social services.
the police may inform them though.
Yes, social services could interfere even if there is an acquittal.