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Rape kit audit delay attributed to confusion over process

Danielle Tudor, left, talks with Sen. Kay Floyd at the state Capitol. Tudor is a rape survivor and a member of the Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence Task Force. [The Oklahoman archives]

About 120 law enforcement agencies across the state have not responded to a directive from the governor to audit their evidence rooms and report their number of untested rape kits. In some cases, the reporting process has been fraught with confusion. More than a year has passed since Gov. Mary Fallin announced the audit directive, and more...
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