Have you done this before?
No, sorry, I meant call the police to a personal dispute?
Ok. Have you told the police you are reluctant?
If you have made a report then it is not up to you to decide whether you pursue it. It is the choice of the police. In fairness, a huge amount of public money is wasted by people deciding 'not to pursue' things and they have to justify how their resources are used.
You can make a statement to the effect you don't want to support a prosecution. That will lead to consideration of a summons.
In fairness, if you haven't done this before they probably would let you withdraw this time.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Did you ever make a statement?
In that case, you wouldn't be a witness so, on the face of it, it would not matter whether you gave evidence or not.
The only issue is that they might need you to give evidence that she didn't have permission to do this.
No problem and all the best.
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