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Leveraging the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP)

ViCAP is designed to collect and analyze information from violent crimes across jurisdictions and state lines. Results from testing unsubmitted sexual assault kits and recent research show that serial sexual offenders often cross jurisdictional and state boundaries. The ViCAP repository can identify critical links among cases. This short brief explains how investigators can easily use ViCAP’s data repository to assist in identifying serial offenders and resolving cases.

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Leveraging the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP)

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Leveraging the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP)

ViCAP is designed to collect and analyze information from violent crimes across jurisdictions and state lines. Results from testing unsubmitted sexual assault kits and recent research show that serial sexual offenders often cross jurisdictional and state boundaries. The ViCAP repository can identify critical links among cases. This short brief explains how investigators can easily use ViCAP’s data repository to assist in identifying serial offenders and resolving cases.

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