One of the three people jailed over the death of Baby Peter has been returned to prison two years after being released.
Jason Owen was sentenced to six years' jail for causing or allowing the death of 17-month-old Peter Connelly, but he was released halfway through his term in 2011.
The Ministry of Justice has confirmed that Owen has since been returned to custody, following reports he breached conditions of his parole.
A spokesperson told Sky News: "Public protection is our priority. Offenders released on licence are subject to a strict set of conditions and controls.
"If they fail to comply with their licence conditions, they are liable to be returned to custody."
Peter - known as Baby P during the trial over his death - died in 2007 after sustaining more than 50 injuries, including fractured ribs and a broken back at his home in north London.
Owen, of Bromley, Kent, was jailed along with Peter's mother Tracey Connelly and her boyfriend Steven Barker over the abuse.
Connelly and Barker remain in prison for their role in the toddler's death.
Owen - who is Barker's brother but changed his name after Peter died - had been staying at the boy's home with his 15-year-old girlfriend.
Peter suffered fatal injuries despite being on the at-risk register of Haringey Council and receiving 60 visits from social workers, police and health professionals during the final eight months of his life.
A series of reviews have identified missed opportunities when officials could have saved him if they had acted properly on the warning signs.
Owen was originally given an indeterminate punishment to protect the public, with a minimum term of three years, at the Old Bailey in May 2009.
But the Court of Appeal later ruled Owen should have an exact prison term and he was sentenced to six years.
In May 2009, Baby Peter's mother was also given an indefinite sentence with a minimum term of five years after pleading guilty to causing or allowing her son's death.
Barker, who Peter called "Dad", was sentenced to 12 years behind bars for playing what a judge described as a "major role" in the toddler's death.
He was also jailed for life with a minimum term of 10 years for raping a two-year-old girl.