The Georgia Bureau of Investigations is in the process of testing previously unsubmitted and previously untested sexual assault kits ( 'SAKs" or “rape kits”). This Portal provides assistance to victims seeking information in these sexual assault cases by providing a means for victims to communicate about their cases. If you are a survivor of sexual assault seeking information and believe your case may be part of the rape kit backlog, please use the following links.
What is a Sexual Assault Kit or Rape Kit?
A rape kit is a package of materials used to collect samples (evidence) from the victim's or suspect's body by a medical professional, often a medical-forensic examiner, such as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). The type of evidence collected depends on what occurred during the assault. The contents of a rape kit vary by jurisdiction, but generally include swabs and collection envelopes for biological materials, debris, and underwear.
Source: National Best Practices for Sexual Assault Kits: A Multidisciplinary Approach