NO. The only visitation he gets is as specified in the PP. The police will not get involved with enforcing the PP, that is the function of the court and not the police. They will merely say that it is a civil matter and he has to take it up with the court.
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If the day is his visitation time according to the parenting plan, then yes you can get in trouble for not complying. The police won't get involved, but he could file for contempt for your violation of a court order, which could at the mildest award him make-up time or more severe remedies such as paying fines or giving him grounds to modify the parenting plan if it happens two or more times in 3 years. (At the most extreme, jail time is a possibility, but usually that is reserved for perpetual contempt of child support orders or criminal custodial interference.) If your parenting plan is no longer appropriate, you need to petition to modify it, otherwise you will be held responsible for refusing to follow it.
The dad can get the police involved only if you are in violation of a parenting plan that was adopted by court order. See my AVVO Legal Guides on child custody and parenting plans for a possible explanation of the legal issues raised by your question. To find my Legal Guides, go to my AVVO home page by clicking on my photo; scroll down to "Contributions" and then click "Legal Guides." You will get a list of the 29 Legal Guides I have published on AVVO. Scroll down this list and select the topics that are relevant to your question.
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