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Sexual Assault Kit Tracking
Coming Soon! 

Florida Track-Kit (https://fl.track-kit.us/) was established by Florida Statute 943.326 upon passage of House Bill 673 (Gail's Law), with oversight by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Track-Kit enables survivors who have a barcoded Sexual Assault Kit collected by a participating medical facility to receive a log-in and password to access a database containing information about the storage location of their SAK. Survivors who report to law enforcement and consent to testing can log in and see the location, testing status, and disposition of their kits, and can opt to receive information about possible DNA matches obtained through the State Crime Laboratory System.  

Pursuant to Federal grant funding, several metrics reflecting information captured by FL Track-Kit will be posted every 60 days to this public website beginning in September 2023

FDLE Laboratory Sexual Assault Kit (SAK) tracking numbers and turnaround time will still be reflected on the main Forensics page. 

A basic overview of how the web-based system works, as presented by the vendor, can be viewed at:

All medical facilities that collect SAKs, all law enforcment entities that hold SAK evidence and/or investigate crimes that involve SAKs, and all Florida government crime laboratories must participate in FL Track-Kit. If your agency needs a portal site, contact FloridaSAKPolicyCenter@fdle.state.fl.us.

General FAQs for Law Enforcement partners, established after prior updates to statute in July 2016, may be found here Sexual-Assault-Kit-FAQs-for-LEA.

Press Releases:
FDLE: Sexual Assault Kit tracking now available in many parts of Florida
FDLE: Sexual Assault Kit tracking now available statewide

Regarding FL Track-Kit and the purchase of InvitaHealth STACs Track-Kit, this project was supported by Grant No. 15PBJA-21-GG-04362-DNAX awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the Office of Justice Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Office for Victims of Crime, and Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Previously Unsubmitted Sexual Assault Kit Project 2016-2019

The State of Florida identified there were previously unsubmitted Sexual Assault Kits (SAK) across the state. In 2015, at the direction of the Florida Legislature, FDLE was tasked to determine the number of untested sexual assault kits stored in local law enforcement agencies across the state and to create a plan to complete the testing. FDLE created the Sexual Assault Kit Assessment Survey which was then sent to every law enforcement agency in Florida.

The survey was summarized and closed December 16, 2015 with the following results:

Submission and testing of the previously unsubmitted SAK began and followed the accepted proposal for a three-year goal of completion starting July 1, 2016. The final results of the project are:

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