SAKI Grantee Sites

Explore the map below to learn about the National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) grantees and their progress. SAKI sites are distributed throughout the United States. This map highlights the 71 SAKI grantees that have received funding over the last 6 years. SAKI sites, both currently and previously funded, represent approximately 57% of the U.S. population (328.2 million). In 2015, 20 state and local jurisdictions were funded as the initial SAKI sites; the Bureau of Justice Assistance funded 13 existing SAKI sites and 12 new jurisdictions in 2016, 12 existing SAKI sites and 9 new jurisdictions in 2017, 16 existing SAKI sites and 13 new jurisdictions in 2018, 19 existing SAKI sites and 10 new jurisdictions in 2019, and 28 existing SAKI sites and 7 new jurisdictions in 2020. Because the SAKI program has expanded to include multiple purpose areas, SAKI grantees have been able to receive additional funding to expand their SAKI programs to include these additional areas of focus, such as lawfully owed DNA, to create a comprehensive response to sexual assault. Each SAKI site has its own webpage linked below with additional information about the site and how SAKI funds are being used.

SAKI Grantee Site Pages