No way. 60 years ago my grandfather, a retired cop who had had his share of 'domestics' when the complaining parent attacked interceding officers put it this way : Law which intrudes on family cohesion is against the public interest.
Did you ever actually read 'Oliver Twist' and understand that it was a real life example of the cautionary tale against the abuse of the state? For centuries families of the poor had ended up in workhouses because the cost of orphanages included maladjustment of the children as adults in society.
Regulations do not exist in a vacuum. They are tools of bureaucracy and corruption. It took 150 years of activism to close child prisons.