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This may include: ● making choices about a child or young person’s religion, education, name and where they will live; ● making decisions about medical treatment (including blood tests); ● discipline; ● leaving the country, perhaps for a holiday; ● representing the child in legal proceedings. 35 Chapter 3 Autonomy, consent and competence Points for reflection People with parental responsibility The following people have parental responsibility: ● the mother of a child (this can only be removed if a child is adopted or placed for adoption); ● the married father of a child; ● the unmarried father, only if: the birth was registered before 1 December 2003 and the mother has signed a parental responsibility agreement, or the court has made a parental responsibility order; ● the birth was registered after 1 December 2003 and he is named as the father on the birth certificate; ● ● ● a step-parent, provided that all those with parental responsibility agree in writing; a civil partner with the agreement of the other partner if they have PR (if both parents have PR, agreement is needed from each); ● anyone who has a residence order as long as the order is in force; ● the local authority if a care order has been made; ● adoptive parents; ● someone appointed as the child’s legal guardian; ● the holder of a Special Guardianship Order.
Furthermore, the police are obliged, irrespective of his belief that they endorsed the punishment, to investigate and take action to protect Marcus and possibly prosecute his father. You should have protocols in place which cover the need to share this type of information with a social worker who has a duty to investigate as well as powers to act to protect Marcus. You will also want to discuss this with your own supervisor. You might want to offer some practical support to Marcus, such as accompanying him when he reports this and through any subsequent procedures, as well as being available if he wants to access further help or support.
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