MSHP Crime Lab Division
Sexual Assault Kit Testing
|As of January 1||2023||1768|
|The total number of sexual assault kits awaiting testing includes 1000 kits that are being tested by a private lab.|
The Missouri State Highway Patrol tests all kits it receives from Missouri law enforcement agencies at no cost to the submitting agency.
Patrol labs prioritize the testing of sexual assault kits (and sexual assault cases that do not include a kit) from the time the evidence is initially received at the lab. A case of a potential serial rapist would be considered among the highest priorities. In addition, cases can be expedited at the request of the submitting agency as circumstances warrant.
Patrol Capabilities Online Training Capabilities
Three of the Patrol's eight crime labs are capable of testing sexual assault cases (Jefferson City, Springfield and Cape Girardeau). All figures reported here are for the entire lab system.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Patrol's the only crime lab in Missouri that tests sexual assault kits?
No, crime labs operated by the St. Charles County Police Department, Kansas City Police Department, St. Louis County Police Department and the St.
Louis Metropolitan Police Department also test sexual assault kits.
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Page revised: 01/05/2023
- Brian K. Hoey
- Assistant Directors
- Debra Oliveras
- Stacey Bolinger
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