Source: (2000) Relational Justice Bulletin. July (7): 5. Downloaded 15 May 2003.A âparenting groupâ? in Scotlandâs Polmont Young Offenders Institution has provided incarcerated fathers with the opportunity to interact with their children and partners in positive, communicative ways. The program, which is now in itâs third session, is designed to teach young fathers to ask open-ended questions of their children, interact with them in a constructive play environment, and develop healthy and supportive relationships with the childrenâs mothers. Additionally, the program provides a service that videotapes fathers reading books to their children and playing with them on visitation days. In this way, the children and their mothers are able to see and hear the father regularly. Officer Tripney states that these videotapes allow families to see one another as a unified group and provides the fathers with an opportunity to mentor their own children while incarcerated.