Many states are passing legislation on tracking sexual assault kits. While efforts vary greatly between states and remain generally unfunded, it is beginning to give jurisdictions does some direction.
The information on this page was compiled by volunteers for reference only. Note that no legislation requires the tracking of individual items in a sexual assault kit, which is a common standard in most industries.
Links to legislation are available by clicking the document below. For more information, or to add new material, contact Carolyn Green, email@example.com. This chart was possible thanks to information compiled at End the Backlog, which has a very comprehensive system for monitoring nationwide.