You do not have to talk to anyone about the incident unless you have been subpoenaed to appear in court. If you are subpoenaed, you are only required to talk about the incident in court, not out of court. Anyone working with the offender is seeking information for offender’s benefit. You may decide that you do not want to speak with them out of the courtroom, or that you want the prosecutor to be present. You should always find out who it is that wants to talk to you, and who they are working for, before you decide whether or not to speak to that person. If you have any questions, you should contact the prosecutor.