STACS DNA Shows Crime Lab Directors How to Track Sexual Assault Kits at AAFS 2020
Tim Stacy, Sales Director
Exhibiting at AAFS 2020
February 17-22, 2020
American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave.
Tim will share how labs can pilot Track-Kit™, a proven start-to-finish tracking solution for sexual assault kits (SAKs) that easily integrates with STACS® Casework. The Track-Kit Pilot Program allows one DNA lab, two to three medical facilities, and law enforcement agencies to work together to test drive the same SAK tracking system used by Massachusetts, Iowa, Washington, Texas, Michigan, Arizona, and Nevada for 90 days. The STACS Pilot Program gives forensic agencies the opportunity to test the proven STACS sample tracking and lab management software in their own DNA laboratories for 60 days. Each pilot program includes customized software to meet specific requirements, on-site and webinar training, as well as dedicated support.
ABOUT STACS DNA
STACS DNA delivers sample tracking systems to meet transparency, performance and regulatory expectations. Track-Kit tracks samples from collection to storage, preventing delayed or lost kits, and is the leading statewide sexual assault kit tracking system in the U.S. STACS is the hub of automated DNA labs, providing a lab activity audit trail to maximize case throughput and minimize risk and errors. Our customers are federal, state, regional and local agencies, including many of the largest forensics DNA labs in North America.
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STACS DNA Inc.
613-274-7822 ext. 2021
stacsdna (at) stacsdna (dot) com