Track-Kit in the Media
The Atlantic covers statewide sexual assault kit tracking, highlighting the use of Track-Kit in Michigan, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, and Washington.
Forensic Magazine shares that Nevada is the most recent of five U.S. states to adopt Track-Kit, a tracking solution for sexual assault kits by STACS DNA.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is reducing the backlog of untested sexual assault kits with the help of Track-Kit.
The Gazette highlights the rollout of Track-Kit, a solution that allows survivors to track the status of their sexual assault evidence kits.
Iowa Public Radio covers the rollout of Track-Kit across Iowa, which allows survivors to track the status of their evidence kit.
The Des Moines Register features Iowa's implementation of Track-Kit, a statewide system for tracking sexual assault kits.
CBS2 reports that Track-Kit will allow survivors to track their sexual assault kit, receive status updates and connect to local resources.
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.
Boston 25 News shares how Track-Kit empowers survivors by providing key information about their evidence kits.
Rape kit tracking system launches in Massachusetts, giving survivors online access to track evidence through the testing process
MassLive.com highlights Track-Kit and how the secure, web-based system works.
WLNS 6 News shares how Track-Kit will help improve transparency and keep survivors informed throughout the investigation process.
The Detriot Free Press features the adoption of Track-Kit, a web-based sexual assault kit tracking system, in Michigan.
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.