“Virginia’s backlog of untested rape kits has been completely eliminated, and it is never coming back,” Herring said. “Eliminating this backlog has been a long time coming, and it has taken a lot of work, but it means a wrong has been righted, that justice is closer for more survivors, and that Virginia is a safer place. … [Read more...] about Virginia eliminates backlog of over 2,600 rape kits
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The mandatory use of a physical evidence recovery kit (PERK) tracking system will ensure kits are submitted for testing in a timely manner going forward, eliminating future backlogs, said Linda Jackson, director of the Virginia Department of Forensic Sciences. … [Read more...] about Viriginia has eliminated its rape kit backlog, state attorney general says
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On the other hand, we could be witnessing an enduring shift. Depending on the state or municipality, the legislative impact of the last few weeks could hold for years; efforts to shrink policing are already being considered in cities like Minneapolis and San Francisco, and national Democrats’ interest in addressing the issue seems to have grown since the Obama era. To varying degrees, these trends might yield benefits that don’t rely on whether masses of Americans are actively pushing for them. Perhaps large majorities of white Americans have indeed acquired a permanent taste for antiracism. But more likely, and in some places more than others, today’s energy and the circumstances that allowed for it will fade, while lawmakers drag their feet debating the merits of piecemeal half-measures masquerading as solutions. Reactionary backlash will take hold; Republicans in the Georgia Senate are already trying to add police as a protected class under pending hate crime … [Read more...] about The New Coalition for Criminal-Justice Reform Is Multiracial and Bipartisan. It’s Also Fragile.