Matthew Stillwell

Lauren Atkins said sexual assault kits are a crucial part of an investigation and are very important to a victim looking for justice.
Quinton Chandler / StateImpact Oklahoma

A state agency is preparing to launch a website to keep tabs on forensic evidence collected after a sexual assault. State officials hope to launch the site in March. As StateImpact's Quinton Chandler reports, the new system — and newly proposed legislation — could help investigators solve sexual assault cases and give victims more peace of mind.