To hear anything. I wasn't particularly kept up to date on where things were at. After almost a year I got a call from a different detective. Since I had reported in the wrong county my case was being passed off to the correct county and the new detective wanted to go over my statement and clarify some things. This time they would need to interview my boyfriend as well because he was the first person that I told what happened to.
We picked a date and went in together. Again it was a sort of office building that the state police had some offices in and the Special Victims Unit was housed there. I got the female detective that had called me, and my boyfriend was partnered with a male detective to give his statement to.
This time went much quicker than the last. The detective had me re-read my statement and agree that it was the one I had given previously. She then asked me some questions that my statement had left her with. That was it.
Before we left both detectives gave us their cards and said to call if we had any questions. The female detective told me that if my abuser started to harass me or intimidate me I should call and report it to the police as well as to the detective herself. She then told me that she would be questioning my abuser, and would give me a heads up when she was going to be doing that but that it might take a week or two. She told me to feel free to call her if I had any questions or concerns. She too was very kind and comforting and did not second guess my story. This step was fairly quick and painless.
Then we left the police station.