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Sexual Assault Evidence Kits: Although Testing All Kits Could Benefit Sexual Assault Investigations, the Extent of the Benefits Is Unknown
Elaine M. Howle (ed)
Report concerning the processing of sexual assault evidence kits by local law enforcement agencies in California and their associated crime labs. These kits are collected as evidence in sexual assault investigations and may contain DNA evidence that can assist in the investigation of sexual assault cases. This report concludes that no federal or state law or regulation requires California law enforcement agencies to analyze all sexual assault evidence kits they collect or to track the number of kits they collect. Esch agency examined in this study provided reasons why investigators might not request that a crime lab analyze the sexual assault evidence kit for a specific investigation. However, some groups have argued that DNA evidence in a kit could assist the investigation or prosecution of other cases through a network of DNA databases known as the combined DNA Index System. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
McGraw-Hill Multimedia Handbook
Sexual Harassment: Women Speakout
Order of Christian Funerals: The Roman Ritual: Study Edition (rev. ed.)
Between Friends: Writing Women Celebrate Friendship
Where the Domino Fell: America & Vietnam, 1945 to 1990
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