Tim will present “Statewide Sexual Assault Kit Tracking: From SANES to Survivors”, covering how Track-Kit provides secure end-to-end tracking and vital information to all stakeholders across the state.
New site adds Track-Kit statewide sample tracking and new healthcare markets.
The inaugural Forensics & Toxicology 2019 virtual event is happening on August 22, 2019. As with any conference, you can attend presentations, visit exhibit booths, view posters and network with other forensics professionals – and earn education credits.
Houston is one of several Texas cities participating in the pilot phase of an online tool that allows survivors of sexual assault to track their sexual assault evidence kits.
INNOVATE! Workshop: Statewide Sample Tracking: Learning from Newborn Screening and Sexual Assault Kit Deployments.
The Track-Kit Pilot Program enables states to test drive the same rape kit tracking system used by Washington, Texas, Michigan, Arizona and Nevada for 90 days.
Tim will be presenting “The Case for STACS Casework”, covering how STACS-CW can dramatically transform forensic DNA casework labs to increase productivity and mitigate risk.
STACS DNA today announced the Track-Kit Pilot Program which enables U.S. states to test drive the rape kit tracking system for 90 days with a full suite of supporting services.
In 2015, a coalition was formed to brainstorm how to best address 11,000 untested sexual-assault kits discovered in a Detroit storage locker six years earlier. This coalition eventually led Michigan to pilot one of the first tracking systems.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Houston Forensic Science Center, Harris County District Attorney’s Office, the Houston Police Department and three regional medical centers announced Thursday that Houston will begin electronically tracking in late May “rape kits” from two large systems from the moment of evidence collection and through prosecution.
The City of Houston is launching an online rape kit tracking system.
OTTAWA, ON—STACS DNA today announced the STACS Pilot Program which enables forensics agencies to test STACS sample tracking and lab management software in their own DNA laboratories for 60 days with a full suite of supporting services.
Grade A rating given for STACS DNA’s services on both STACS-DB and Track-Kit
STACS DNA is showing how it is possible to track the location and status of every sexual assault kit (SAK) in your state from the hospital to the DNA lab – and inside the lab.
STACS DNA today announced the launch of Track-Kit for Hospitals, which helps birth hospitals reduce delays and mitigate risks related to shipping newborn blood spot (NBS) screening specimens to the state laboratory.