Should a repeat domestic abuser be allowed to coparent and see his daughter?

Well, I'm surprised the abuser is not in prison somewhere being as how they are a repeat offender. If there has never been a conviction of domestic abuse, then ther is no legal reason why he can't see his child. If there has been convictions, then I'm sure the visits will have to be supervised, or he will have had to complete some type of therapy and anger management. * That is a decision made by the court and not the custodial parent. Under such circumstances the person is usually granted supervised visits with minor children for a specified amount of time or in rare cases on a permanent basis.