CPS will still need to complete their investigation. If custody is given to the father, it is according to what the allegations are and the finding of the investigation as to what limitations, if any, there would be as to your contact with the child. If father is given custody and there are no court proceedings or orders against you, it would be up to the father to insure the safety of the child. Generally, if CPS is no longer involved, and father doesn't permit you the type of custody you want, you would need to file a normal custody action. Again, according to what the allegations are and the findings, they may or may not be relevant in a custody proceeding.