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50 LARGEST CRIME LABS, 2002, Fact Sheet, Matthew J. Hickman and Joseph L. Peterson, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington, DC: September 2004.

THE 2007 SURVEY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT FORENSIC EVIDENCE PROCESSING, Kevin J. Storm, Jeri Ropero-Miller, Shelton Jones, Nathan Sikes, Mark Pope and Nicole Horstmann, October 2009.

ABSENCE OF ANOGENITAL INJURY IN THE ADOLESCENT / ADULT FEMALE SEXUAL ASSAULT PATIENT, Jenifer Marowtiz, Strategies in Brief (issue 13), AEquitas, Washington, DC: October 2012.

ARRESTEE DNA TESTING: PREVENTING CRIME AND SAVING LIVES (webinar), Jayann Sepich, DNA Resource Center, Washington, DC: originally aired November 9, 2011.

Recording

Handout ~ Chicago's Study on Preventable Crimes

Handout ~ Denver's Study on Preventable Crimes

Handout ~ Maryland Study on Preventable Crimes

AUTOMATED PROCESSING OF SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES USING SELECTIVE DEGRADATION, Christian Carson, Alex Garvin and Kim Gorman, February 2013.

BALTIMORE POLICE TO DEVELOP FASTER DNA TESTING, Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, MD: September 27, 2011. Copyright © 2011 The Baltimore Sun.

BEHIND THE NET: TECHNOLOGY AND THE FORENSIC INTERVIEW, Robert Giles, Update (volume 6, number 2), Child Sexual Exploitation Program, Alexandria, VA: 2012.

CENSUS OF PUBLICLY FUNDED FORENSIC Crime LabORATORIES, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington, DC.

2009 Census, Matthew R. Durose, Kelly A. Walsh and Andrea M. Burch, August 2012. See news release.

2005 Census, Matthew R. Durose, July 2008. See news release.

2002 Census, Joseph L. Peterson and Matthew J. Hickman, February 2005. See news release.

COLLECTING DNA AT ARREST: POLICIES, PRACTICES, AND IMPLICATIONS ~ FINAL TECHNICAL REPORT (executive summary and full report), Julie E. Samuels, Elizabeth H. Davies and Dwight B. Pope, Urban Institute, Washington, DC: May 2013. 

COLLECTING DNA FROM ARRESTEES: IMPLEMENTATION LESSONS, Julie Samuels, Elizabeth Davies, Dwight Pope and Ashleigh Holand, NIJ Journal (issue 270), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2012.

Crime SCENE AND DNA BASICS FOR FORENSIC ANALYISTS ONLINE COURSE, President's DNA Initiative, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC.

THE 'CSI EFFECT': DOES IT REALLY EXIST?, Donald E. Shelter, NIJ Journal (issue 259), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: March 2008.

DAY AND NIGHT REAL TIME SIGNATURE ENHANCED CRIME SCENE SURVEY CAMERA, Milind Mahajan, Karen Zachery, Weiya Zhang, Andrew Brackley and Xindian Long, January 2013.

DEBATING DNA COLLECTION, Sarah B. Berson, NIJ Journal (issue 264, page 13), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: November 2009.

DECREASE THE NUMBER OF CONTRACT LABORATORY CASES AWAITING DATA REVIEW WHILE IMPROVING DNA ANALYSIS EFFICIENCY, Vincent J. Anderson and Jeff Thompson, November 2011.

DELIVERY AND EVALUATION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT FORENSIC (SAFE) TRAINING PROGRAMS, Debra Patterson, Stella Resko, Jennifer Pierce-Weeks and Rebecca Campbell, June 2014.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY ANNOUNCE LAUNCH OF NATIONAL COMMISSION ON FORENSIC SCIENCE, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC: February 15, 2013.

DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED HOLOGRAPHIC OPTICAL TRAPPING METHOD FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT EVIDENCE KIT ANALYSIS, Tania Chakrabarty, Ryszard Duszak, Matthew Runyon, Byeong-Seok Chae, Osuola Akinbiyi, Evan Tanner and Pamela Korda, August 2012.

DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM TO DETECT SPERMATOZOA ON LABORATORY SLIDES TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY IN THE ANALYSIS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, Wendy P. Alger, Trisha Conti and Eric Buel, November 2011.

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT FORENSIC EXAMINATION DOCUMENTION (sample), November 18, 2003; revised March 21, 2006.

DNA & CRIME VICTIMS: POST-CONVICTION TESTING AND EXONERATIONS, Office for Victims of Crime and The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: 2010.

DNA & CRIME VICTIMS: WHAT VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROFESSIONALS NEED TO KNOW (English and Español), The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: 2007.

DNA & CRIME VICTIMS: WHAT VICTIMS NEED TO KNOW (English and Español), The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: 2008.

THE DNA BACKlOG (fact sheet), Office of Justice Programs, Washington, DC: November 2011.

DNA FOR THE DEFENSE BAR, President's DNA Initiative and National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2012.

DNA HITS IN COLD CASES: NOTIFYING CRIME VICTIMS, The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: 2007.

DNA INITIATIVE REPORT TO CONGRESS: FY 2011, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: 2012.

DNA KNOWLEDGE AMONG SERVICE PROVIDERS ~ RESULTS OF AN ONLINE SURVEY AND A MULTIDISCIPLINARY FOCUS GROUP, Isle Knecht and Julie Whitman, The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: March 2008. Copyright © 2008 The National Center for Victims of Crime.

DNA PROFILING OF THE SEMEN DONOR IN EXTENDED INTERVAL POST-COITAL SAMPLES, Jack Ballantyne, February 2013.

EVIDENCE RETENTION: ACHIEVING JUSTICE, SERVING VICTIMS ~ DEVELOPING POLICIES AND PROTOCOL FOR EVIDENCE RETENTION IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: April 2014.

EXTENDING THE TIME TO COLLECT DNA IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, Terry Taylor, NIJ Journal (number 267), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: March 2011.

THE FINGERPRINT SOURCEBOOK, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: August 2011.

Forensic COMPLIANCE IN COLORADO: AN EXAMINATION OF SYSTEM RESPONSE TO SEXUAL ASSAULT, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, Denver, CO: September 2013.

Forensic COMPLIANCE: SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA.

FORENSIC EVIDENCE FINDINGS IN PERPUBERTAL VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, Cindy W. Christian, Jane M. Lavelle, Allan R. DeJong, John Loiselle, Lewis Brenner and Mark Joffe, Pediatrics (volume 106 [1], pages 100-104), American Academy of Pediatrics, Elk Grove, IL: July 2000. Copyright © 2000 American Academy of Pediatrics.

FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF DIGITAL EVIDENCE: A GUIDE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: April 2004.

FORENSIC EXAMS FOR THE SEXUAL ASSAULT SUSPECT, Training Bulletin, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA: October 20, 2013.

FORENSIC EXPERIENTIAL TRAUMA INTERVIEW (FETI), Russell W. Strand, Family Advocacy Law Enforcement Training Division, U.S. Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO: 2011.

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Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview ~ A Conversation with the Brainstem

A New...Groundbreaking Idea ~ Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA EMergency Department Forensic Nurse Examiner Protocol for Sexual Assault Physician’s Orders, Sentara CarePlex Hospital, Hampton, VA.

HIGH COURT'S DNA RULING WILL HELP CATCH RAPISTS, Scott Berkowitz, CNN, June 3, 2013. Copyright © 2013 Cable News Network, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. See Maryland v. King.

IDENTIFICATION AND SEPARATION OF EVIDENCE MIXTURES USING SNP-BASED FISH TECHNIQUES AND LASER MICRODISSECTION (final technical report), Abigail Bathrick, Jared Latiolais and Robert Bever, Bode Technology, Lorton, VA: April 2013.

IDENTIFICATION AND SEPARATION OF SAME GENDER MIXTURES OF VARIOUS CELL TYPES USING INTERPHASE FISH TECHNIQUES AND LASER MICRODISSECTION (final technical report), Abigail Bathrick, Jared Latiolais and Robert Bever, Bode Technology, Lorton, VA: April 2013.

THE IMPORTANCE OF VICTIM COOPERATION IN SOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULTS (video), Bill Wells, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: April 25, 2014.

IMPROVED DETECTION OF MALE DNA IN POST-COITAL SAMPLES, Jack Ballantyne, Angela van Daal and Helge Lubenow, February 2013.

IS IT OLD AGE, ABUSE OR HOMICIDE? USING FORENSIC MARKERS AND TECHNOLOGY TO DETECT ELDER ABUSE AND NEGLECT (audio recording and transcript), Barry Daly, Cherie Hill, Carrie Mulford and Aileen Wiglesworth, NIJ Conference, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: 2009.

LAW 101: LEGAL GUIDE FOR THE FORENSIC EXPERT, Doris Wells, NIJ Journal (issue 269), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: March 2012. Review online course.

Limitations of the national Protocol for sexual assault forensic medical examinations, Annie Lewis-O'Connor, Holly Franz, and Lucia Zuniga, Journal of Emergency Nursing (volume 31, pages 267-270), Des Plaines, IL: 2005. Copyright © 2005 Emergency Nurses Association.

MARYLAND v. KING

MEDICAL FORENSIC SEXUAL ASSAULT EXAMINATIONS: WHAT ARE THEY AND WHAT CAN THEY TELL THE COURTS?, National Judicial Education Program, New York, NY: November 2013. Copyright © 2013 National Judicial Education Program, Legal Momentum. See news release.

NATIONAL FORENSIC DNA STUDY REPORT, Lovrich, N.P., et al, Division of Governmental Studies and Service ~ Washington State University, and Asplen, C.H., et al, Smith Alling Lane, P.S., December 12, 2003.

A National PROTOCOL FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT MEDICAL FORENSIC EXAMINATIONS: ADULTS / ADOLESCENTS, President's DNA Initiative, Office on Violence Against Women, Washington, DC.

First Edition, September 2004

Second Edition, April 2013

Justice Department Releases Updated Protocol to Improve Standards for Responding to Rape and Sexual Assault, April 24, 2013

Major Updates (short and long), April 2013

National Training Standards for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examiners, President's DNA Initiative and Office on Violence Against Women, Washington, DC: June 2006.

NEW HAMPSHIRE SEXUAL ASSAULT: An Acute Care Protocol, For Medical / Forensic Evaluation (sixth edition), Office of the Attorney General, State of New Hampshire, 2011.

NEW MEDICAL EXAM POLICY FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES!, Erica Goode, The New York Times, April 24, 2013. Copyright © 2013 The New York Times Company.

NEW OPTION AVAILABLE FOR GHB TESTING, Training Bulletin, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA: May 2013.

NEW ORLEANS SEXUAL ASSAULT EVIDENCE PROJECT: RESULTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS, Nancy Ritter, NIJ Journal (issue 272), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2013.

NO LONGER IGNORED, EVIDENCE SOLVES RAPE CASES YEARS LATER, Erik Eckholm, The New York Times, Memphis, TN: August 2, 2014. Copyright © 2014 The New York Times Company.

NOTIFYING SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS WHEN EVIDENCE IS TESTED (video), Noël Busch-Armendariz, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: April 25, 2014.

OHIO PROTOCOL FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT FORENSIC AND MEDICAL EXAMS, Ohio Department of Health, Columbus, OH: revised February 2011.

A PARADIGM SHIFT: THE FORENSIC EXPERIENTIAL TRAUMA INTERVIEW (webinar), Russell Strand and Joanne Archambault, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA: September 25, 2013.

PAYING FOR FORENSIC EXAMS IN SEXUAL ASSAULT: COMPENSATION PROGRAMS WITH SPECIAL PROCEDURES.

POSITION PAPER ON THE INTRODUCTION OF EVIDENCE IN FORENSIC INTERVIEWS WITH CHILDREN, National Children's Advocacy Center, Huntsville, AL: September 2013. Copyright © 2013 National Children's Advocacy Center.

POST-CONVICTION DNA TESTING AND WRONGFUL CONVICTION, John Roman, Kelly Walsh, Pamela Lachman and Jennifer Yahner, Urban Institute Justice Policy Center, Washington, DC: June 2012.

RECOMMENDED GUIDELINES WASHINGTON STATE SEXUAL ASSAULT EMERGENCY MEDICAL EVALUATION ADULT AND ADOLESCENT, Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA: 2010.

THE ROAD AHEAD: UNANALYZED EVIDENCE IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, Nancy Ritter, NIJ Special Report, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: May 2011.

THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF FORENSIC EVIDENCE IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESS, Joseph Peterson, Ira Sommers, Deborah Baskin and Donald Johnson, September 2010.

SEXUAL ASSAULT ~ OBTAINING DNA FROM EVIDENCE COLLECTED UP TO A WEEK LATER (audio recording and transcript), Jack Ballantyne, Patricia M. Speck, Mechthild Prinz and Lois Tully, NIJ Conference, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2009.

THE SEXUAL ASSAULT FORENSIC EXAMINER ~ COORDINATOR'S HANDBOOK: LESSONS LEARNED IN QUEENS, Rebecca W. Carman, New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Albany, NY. Copyright © 2010 Rebecca W. Carman.

SEXUAL ASSAULT MEDICAL FORENSIC EXAMINATION RESEARCH FORUM: SUMMARY OF RESEARCH QUESTIONS IDENTIFIED, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: March 28-29, 2012. Review report.

SEXUAL ASSAULT MEDICAL FORENSIC EXAMS AND VAWA 2005, Janine M. Zweig, Lisa Newmark, Darakshan Raja and Megan Denver, Urban Institute, Washington, DC: April 2014. Copyright © 2014 Urban Institute.

VAWA 2005 and Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exams ~ Policy Implementation and Impacts, Lisa Newmark, Janine Zweig, Darakshan Raja and Megan Denver, Brief 4, May 2014.

VAWA 2005 and Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exams ~ Kit Storage Issues, Lisa Newmark, Janine Zweig, Megan Denver and Darakshan Raja, Brief 3, May 2014.

Accessing Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exams ~ Victims Face Barriers, Janine Zweig, Lisa Newmark, Darakshan Raja and Megan Denver, Brief 2, May 2014.

Who Pays for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exams ~ It Is Not the Victim's Responsibility, Janine Zweig, Lisa Newmark, Megan Denver and Darakshan Raja, Brief 1, May 2014.

SOLVING COLD CASES WITH DNA: THE BOSTON STRANGLER CASE, Philip Bulman, NIJ Journal (issue 273), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: February 2014.

SOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULTS: FINDING ANSWERS THROUGH RESEARCH, Nancy Ritter, NIJ Journal (issue 270), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: June 2012.

SPERM CAPTURE USING APTAMER BASED TECHNOLOGY, Evaldas Katilius, Glenn Sanders, Andrew Carmel, Larry Gold and Greggory S. LaBerge, June 2014.

SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS DNA COLLECTION OF ARRESTEES, Christopher Mallios, Strategies in Brief (issue 19), AEquitas, Washington, DC: June 2013. Copyright © 2013 AEquitas.

Understanding DNA Evidence: A Guide for Victim Service Providers, OVC Bulletin, Kathyrn M. Turman, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: April 2001.

UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF DNA EVIDENCE IN A SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION, Joanne Archambault and Kimberly A. Lonsway, Training Bulletin, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA.

Unpacking Common Assumptions (Part I), October 2013

Case Example: Connecting a Series and Identifying a Suspect with DNA (Part II), October 2013

Understanding DNA Evidence: A Little BIt of History (Part III), October 2013

Alternative Sources and Potential Purposes (Part IV), October 2013

Understanding DNA: Policy Responses, Assessment and Recommendations for Practice (Part V), January 2014

Understanding the Role of DNA Evidence in a Sexual Assault Investigation: Policy Responses, Assessment and Recommendations for Practice (Part VI), January 2014

UNDERSTANDING THE U.S. SUPREME COURT'S DECISION ON POST-TRIAL DNA TESTING IN OSBORNE, Christopher Mallios, Strategies in Brief (issue 2), AEquitas, Washington, DC: August 2011.

UNTESTED EVIDENCE IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES: USING RESEARCH TO GUIDE POLICY AND PRACTICE, Nancy Ritter, Sexual Assault Report (volume 16, number 3), January / February 2013. Copyright © 2013 Civic Research Institute.

WILLIAMS V. ILLINOIS AND FORENSIC EVIDENCE: THE BLEEDING EDGE OF CRAWFORD, Teresa M. Garvey, Strategies (issue 11), AEquitas, Washington, DC: June 2013. Copyright © 2013 AEquitas.




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