Resources for Practitioners
The National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Training and Technical Assistance (SAKI TTA) team provides a range of training and technical assistance to SAKI sites regarding investigating and prosecuting cases, inventorying and tracking sexual assault kits (SAKs), and engaging victim advocates. As a resource for all new SAKI Sites, the SAKI TTA team developed a Welcome Packet to provide an overview of SAKI TTA and other program materials. Please click the links below to download helpful resources for your program.
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FY2022 SAKI Welcome Packet
This version of the SAKI Welcome Packet is intended for SAKI grantees with FY2022 funding. The Welcome Packet is broken down into resources that apply to all SAKI grantees as well as materials targeted specifically to recipients of various Purpose Areas. BJA program requirements, SAKI TTA Team information, and helpful resources all make up this introductory-level resource to new and existing SAKI grantees.
SAKI Site Inventory Guidance
A thorough explanation of the requirements of the BJA inventory completion and certification for SAKI grantees. SAKI TTA has technical advisors available to answer any questions to provide further clarification during the SAKI inventory process.
SAKI Site SAK Inventory Certification Form
This updated form ensures a comprehensive inventory of previously unsubmitted SAKs in SAKI jurisdictions. This fillable-PDF can be submitted to your SAKI TTA Regional Team Lead for review prior to obtaining BJA approval.
Sexual Assault Kit Inventory Clearance Letter
This form is to be completed by SAKI grantees that have previously completed an inventory of sexual assault kits (SAKs). The information provided will be used by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and the National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) team to ensure your jurisdiction used a comprehensive approach to eliminating the volume of unsubmitted SAKs, which includes partially tested SAKs.