This chapter explains the narratives of three women who felt proud of the fact that, as adults, they had brought their victimisers to justice in order to protect other children. It describes the ways in which they believed that their incestuous experiences in childhood had affected them. The chapter explores how they tried to tell of their abuse as children and how this may have influenced their desire to seek justice as adults. It outlines how they developed a strong sense of themselves as seeking justice, at considerable personal cost. The chapter explores the ways in which three women faced their incestuous childhood experiences by reporting their victimisers to the police, in an attempt to make meaning out of suffering and to protect future generations. Even though they would have preferred not to have had the experiences that they did, they had been transformed by them.