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The dad's best move is to talk to his daughter first, find out what really happened.
He could choose to go to the police at any time during the process, but he can't un-go to the police.
Tell her that she cannot go out unless you know where she is going, with whom she is going, and when she plans to be back.
I see this guy as a predator; I doubt this is his first 15-year-old, and if he gets away with it she won't be his last. -- Hartford I think going to the police first would be a mistake.Not that you are the tie-breaker, but it is your column, so what's your take?-- Tokyo For those who missed it, here's the original letter I posted: Dear Carolyn: I am a dad and I just found out my daughter, 15, is seeing a man of 21.If your 16 year old does not already have a curfew, now might be the time to set one. Beyond her nightly curfew, you might set rules that dictate when and how much she can date -- especially if you have concerns about her schoolwork or other responsibilities that might suffer.The website Healthy suggests a school night curfew of between 8 p.m. For instance, you might let her go out with a boy on a Friday or Saturday night, or you might allow her only one weeknight date per week.