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Once you have made a compliant to the police and they start to investigate that complaint, then yes, you can decide not to give any further statement if you wish, that is you right.
However, the police can still continue their investigation if they wish to and can use any evidence supplied to them to date. They do not require your permission to continue with any investigation.
Whether they do or not, would depend on the nature and seriousness of the complain that you made originally.
Yes that is correct, it is still sufficient to make an investigation if they wish to.
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