Contact between my child and his dad is strictly limited by court to supervised visits only at a communication centre (following findings of a court appointed expert that he is physically and psychologically dangerous to our son). Despite this, his dad keeps trying to make phone contact from various phones. What can I do?
File for a court order (injunction) to prevent the father trying to establish phone contact, or any contact other than that ordered, with a built-in penalty for breaching it. If the father breaches the order, you can file for contempt of court – and the court can fine or even imprison the father if he persists.