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Research and Evaluation

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Research and Evaluation

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Research and evaluation are vital to sexual assault reform and help agencies assess protocols and progress when making changes. Research and lessons learned from testing unsubmitted sexual assault kits expand what we know about sexual assault, sexual assault response, serial offenders, and forensic testing strategies. Agencies can use research products and tools to learn from current SAKI research and begin their own research efforts to improve responses to sexual assault. More resources coming soon!

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