This page is updated on a quarterly basis to inform the public of the testing status of reported sexual assault kits collected prior to July 1, 2016. Law enforcement agencies conducted an inventory and review of sexual assault evidence kits in their possession, and the Project Team identified many kits that should be submitted for DNA testing. The table below has been expanded to include information on the number of sexual assault kits that have completed testing, the number of DNA profiles uploaded to the FBI’s Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), and the number of CODIS hits.
To better understand the significance of the results, the public is encouraged to read the following materials for background information about DNA profiles and CODIS:
- Understanding Sexual Assault Kit Testing: What is a CODIS “Hit”
- Utilizing CODIS for Unsubmitted Sexual Assault Kits
|For Reported Kits Collected Prior to July 1, 2016
|Number of sexual assault kits submitted for testing
|Number of sexual assault kits that have completed testing*
|Number of DNA profiles uploaded to CODIS
|Number of CODIS hits
|City & County of Honolulu
|*Definition of “Sexual assault kits (SAKs) that have completed testing”: Number of SAKs that have been returned to the submitting agency with test results and reports.
As of 5/4/2023