STACS DNA in the Media
The Boston Globe covers how rollout of Track-Kit in Massachusetts will help reduce the backlog of untested rape kits.
WJAR NBC 10 features the launch of Track-Kit across Massachusetts via broadcast, explaining how the confidential online system works.
Track-Kit appears in WBUR, WBZ NewsRadio, CommonWealth and more.
Boston 25 News shares how Track-Kit empowers survivors by providing key information about their evidence kits.
MassLive.com highlights Track-Kit and how the secure, web-based system allows survivors to track their sexual assault evidence kit.
The introduction of Track-Kit in Iowa appears in CBS 2 - Iowa's News Now, KHQA News, WhoTV and more.
The Gazette shares news about the adoption of the Track-Kit sexual assault kit tracking solution in Iowa to increase accountability and transparency statewide.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes about how the rollout of Track-Kit in Texas provides survivors with confidential access to their sexual assault kit status.
The Atlantic covers statewide sexual assault kit tracking, highlighting the use of Track-Kit in Michigan, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, and Washington.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is reducing the backlog of untested sexual assault kits with the help of Track-Kit.
Nevada is the most recent of five U.S. states to adopt Track-Kit, a tracking solution for sexual assault kits by STACS DNA.
Detriot Free Press features the adoption of Track-Kit in Michigan, a statewide web-based sexual assault kit tracking system by STACS DNA.