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Thank you for your question.Based on these facts, I would say you have no reason to worry. They responded only because you called, but they made no arrests because there were no outstanding warrants and they had no probable cause (no reasonable belief) that a crime had been committed. It would have been different if there were signs of violence or there were warrants, but that not being the case, this likely just gets reported in their system as officers responding to a call, and that's it.I don't know what the terms of your boyfriend's supervision are, but since he wasn't arrested for anything, the fact that the police were called out shouldn't be a violation, and they shouldn't even be alerted to the matter.If you need clarification or have further questions, kindly REPLY and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thank you.