Investigating Sexual Assault two (2) day sixteen (16) hour comprehensive course offered for all responders of sexual assault including law enforcement, advocates, prosecutors, medical professionals, and first responders. Currently, officers may receive POST credits, prosecutors may receive CLE credits, and first responders may receive additional credits.
DOJ Kit Track Training Series Flyer and Agenda
For upcoming DOJ Kit Track Training dates, please see the chart below.
Registration Required – To register, scan QR code below with your phone camera or QR scanner application and complete the form.
You may also register by emailing the date you want to attend, job title, and employer/agency to [email protected]
Montana law, 46-15-405, MCA, requires law enforcement agencies, health care facilities, and crime laboratories to use the Montana Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System. If your agency or facility is not tracking sexual assault evidence kits through the Montana Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System, please contact Kayla Bragg at [email protected] You can learn more by attending the DOJ Kit Track Training Series.
Free Virtual 90-minute Kit Track Training Series hosted by the Montana Department of Justice SAKI program. Training Series will be offered every third (3rd) Wednesday of each month starting at 10:00 am and every first (1st) Thursday starting at 2:00 pm until September 2021.
Kit Track Training will cover an in-depth discussion of the following:
Sexual assault kit testing policies and procedures;
Learn about available resources and training;
Introduction to the kit track system;
Demonstration of the kit track system, and;
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