Sexual Assault Kit Training - Using EvidenceOnQ

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by Craig Fletcher, 3 years ago
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This training is design to help OnQ users to better manage and track their sexual assault kits and ultimately help them to better serve the public and victims with excellence. This training will demonstrate helpful techniques and processes to efficiently and effectively track, manage, easily find and create reports on every kit they have AND know their statuses.

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I was unfortunately unable to attend the webinar live. In the video there was mentioned a NIST report on Storing Bio Evidence. I couldn't find that on your site and the most recent document I could find on the NIST site was from 2015. Could...

I was unfortunately unable to attend the webinar live. In the video there was mentioned a NIST report on Storing Bio Evidence. I couldn't find that on your site and the most recent document I could find on the NIST site was from 2015. Could someone please point me in the right direction? It would be greatly appreciated.

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Robert Lloyd
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Hello Robert Lloyd. I have linked the two files that were referred to in the webinar which may be the same ones you found.
1) Handbook on Biological Evidence Preservation - NIST

2) National Best Practices for Sexual Assault Kits: A ... - NCJRS

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