Here's the problem - your post is YOUR description of what is going on. I'm certain that his version is very different. He'll say that he calls the police precisely to avoid conflict with you, personally, and because he is trying to protect the kids. I don't know which of you is correct, but, frankly, calling the cops is precisely what he is supposed to do IF he believes a threat exists. Now, if he is abusing that system, that will certainly come to light in any custody proceeding - multiple calls to the cops without any findings of anything wrong will make him look bad. But, there isn't anything you can do now about it.
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