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Have you done this before?
Called the police to a domestic squabble?
how many times roughly?
There is absolutely no prospect of them allowing him back home. Every time you do this the same thing will happen.
You have just done this too many times and you have young children.
If you do let him come back even after the prosecution, social services will probably be interested in the safety of the children.
Of course, you might be able to avoid it by not calling the police but that doesn't help now.
There is every chance you can be together. If you stop doing this.
If you let him back and he is caught then he will probably be remanded in custody and social services may remove the children.
Let the matter run its course, deal with social services and stop doing it.
Not really. They are very busy.
No. Obviously. Unless you are asked directly and then you can't lie.
You have to weather the storm over this. it will eventually end. Then when it does, you might very well be able to have him back and as long as you don't call the police again, all should be well.
Obviously make reports if there is serious crime but verbal arguments do not need to involve the police. We all have those. We don't all call the police.
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All the best.
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Thats not my area I'm afraid. I do crime. That is a family question. I would expect it to last until they are satisfied there is no further risk.