How can you get your baby's dad's rights taken away if he recently got out of prison for drug dealing and unlicensed guns and now is threatening you and the cops won't do anything bc of his wording?

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It isn't that the police won't help you, they can't. This jerk has paid his debt to society and will probably end up back in prison again. Until that time the police are powerless by law to do anything. You could hire a lawyer and take your child's father to court and win full custody. I am sure the judge would lean in your favor.
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His rights are only questionable if he is seriously and directly abusing his child. If he is not then give him a break, he just got out of prison and probably feels pretty abused. Don't get angry. Give him love. With the number of fathers who abandon their children, he should be respected for wanting to care for his child. Listen to him. Provide support and try to help him be a good father. If you are trying to take his baby away it's natural that he will threaten you. It is a serious crime against GOD to separate fathers from their children. Even a drug dealing, gun toting father is probably better than none.  
Obviously there is a problem with how the "threat" is being defined by the involved parties. When anyone is threatened with physical harm, they must be willing to file charges and aid in the prosecution of said person. Police can only take action when (if) the person is physically injured, it isn't that they don't care, it is the law. The issue of terminating parental rights is not decided by either parent but by the court, a judge will only issue such an order if the child is abused or neglected by said parent(s). If there is evidence to prove a parent is unstable, it is still unlikely parental rights would be completely terminated, it is more likely the parent would be required to participate in supervised visitation.
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