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Are you currently using electronic records for documenting SANE exams?

Yes 22.51%
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Are your SANE nurses expected to collect pubic hairs as part of the forensic exam?

Yes, pull 43.65%
Yes, cut 24.84%
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  • SANE Development & Operation Guide E-mail Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, October 02 2008 @ 11:10 AM
    Contributed by: Admin


    To download the SANE Development & Operation Guide (Office for Victims of Crime: 1999) from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, click on the link below:

    NCJRS Online

    Note: There is no charge to download the SANE Guide.

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    Related Publications E-mail Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, November 30 2003 @ 03:30 PM
    Contributed by: Anonymous


    To download or place an order for any of these publications from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, please click on the publication's link: [image1_left]

    Note: When ordering publications, a Shipping/Handling fee will be applied to the order.


    Future of Forensic DNA Testing:
    Predictions of the Research and Development Working Group

    National Institute of Justice: November 2000
    NCJRS Online

    Postconviction DNA Testing: Recommendations for Handling Requests
    National Institute of Justice: September 1999
    NCJRS Online

    Rape and Sexual Assault: Reporting to Police and Medical Attention, 1992-2000
    Bureau of Justice Statistics: August 2002
    NCJRS Online

    Sexual Assault of Young Children as Reported to Law Enforcement:
    Victim, Incident, and Offender Characteristics

    Bureau of Justice Statistics: 2000
    NCJRS Online

    Sex Offenses and Offenders: Analysis of Data on Rape and Sexual Assault
    Bureau of Justice Statistics: 1997
    NCJRS Online

    Understanding DNA Evidence: A Guide for Victim Service Providers
    Office for Victims of Crime: April 2001
    NCJRS Online

    Using DNA to Solve Cold Cases
    National Institute of Justice: July 2002
    NCJRS Online

    Victim-Oriented Multidisciplinary Responses to Statutory Rape: Training Guide
    Office for Victims of Crime: 1998
    NCJRS Online

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