My one interaction with the police was profoundly negative-- I was 15, alone in a room, with no advocate, and two adult male cops interrogating me and poking holes in a story that I was still struggling to understand. I couldn't even name my experience as "sexual abuse" and "rape" until I was 19, partly because there is so little proper information available, and partly because I was still reconstructing the memories. So I don't blame anyone who chooses not to report or prosecute. It's such a complicated mess, and only you can understand your specific, individual experience. And it's also like, you just survived an experience that almost killed you and almost destroyed your entire self. It's completely unfair to expect someone to jump right into the fire again after such an experience.