When Visits Do Not Take Place: Opting Out of Visits and Discontinuing Contact
Imprisoned parents and/or families sometimes simply opt out of visits.
In some situations, the holder of parental custody does not want the child and the imprisoned parent to have contact.
There are situations where the child is placed in foster care, which can make visits difficult.
KeywordsFoster Care Child Visit British Survey Prison Service Remand Prison
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