Hello and thank you for your question.
Your daughter is entitled to her property from her father, but a passport is technically not her property but the crown's. Whilst the passport was issued for your daughter, it remains state property.
In principle, you daughter is note entitled to hold a passport without the permission of both parties, or alternately a court order.
Whilst your daughter could in principle complain to the police about her property being held by her father, they may not be willing to intervene on the basis it is really a civil matter at this stage. Strictly speaking if she brought the property to his place, he will ordinarily have no obligation to return it, merely an obligation to give her reasonable opportunity to recover the property.
Hopefully the father will calm down and relent, but if not, the legal option is to apply to the court for orders allowing recovery of these items.
I trust the above assists.
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