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If you choose to have him back then that is a matter for you.
You are perfectly free to do that.
If you keep making allegations though then he will be remanded again.
The conditions of his release will probably prevent him having contact with you.
So yes, for the time he is on licence then can.
That is what happens I'm afraid when allegations are made. They cannot be controlled afterwards.
Social services may also be concerned about the welfare of the children even after his licence comes to an end.
I'm afraid that is it not entirely unreasonable that Probation will not allow him to have contact with the victim of the crime for which he is on licence.
I'm afraid they won't take any notice of your requests.
The only way to avoid this is not to make reports to the police. Once you call the police, you lose control.
Yes, I understand. That is why he is on probation.
I was just making the point that the conviction was consequent upon your allegation and when you do that you cannot therefore demand that the conditions of his release allow him to return to you.
Not if you make allegations. They cannot be consequence free I'm afraid.
He will be removed from licence at some point and then probation will not be able to make threats.
Social services will have a concern if he returns to live in a house with children.
He may be on a SOPO that prevents him doing so. It depends on the orders that have been placed upon him.
They may agree that now but they are likely to have a view if he moves in unrestricted.
It just too dangerous. No agency is going to be happy about this.
Best of luck.
No, I cannot agree with that.
The position is as I have said.
I'm very sorry.
All the best.
Ok. Best of luck.