When one Kansas City woman went public and reported her rape to the police, she found out most of her friends were also victims. She also found that they would never tell the police.
A look at what happens when you report a rape in our area.
- Taylor Hirth, survivor and advocate
- Corey Rayburn Yung, Professor, University of Kansas School of Law, author of "Rape Law Gatekeeping"
- Catherine Johnson, former sex crimes detective, Kansas City Police Department
- Angie Blumel, former director of advocacy, Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA)