Opt In/Opt Out Line
The Minnesota SAKI Opt In/Opt Out line is a non-confidential messaging and referral system for individuals with a sexual assault kit. Callers can use the Opt In/Opt Out Request form or voicemail (651.400.7504) to request help getting information about their kit or to decline future contact about their case. Callers can always reach out and request information no matter how long ago the kit was collected.
Supported by the Minnesota Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) Project, which aims to create a coordinated community response that promotes just resolutions to sexual assault cases. This project is funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
To Opt In means that you are requesting that MNCASA help you find the right contact to get information about the status of your case.
To Opt Out means that you are requesting that MNCASA help you find the right contact and help you request no further contact regarding your case. Opting Out is not a permanent decision and can be reversed by communicating with law enforcement assigned to the case.
Note: Opting Out is not a permanent decision and can be reversed by communicating with law enforcement assigned to the case.
To opt in or opt out, use the Opt In/Opt Out Request form below or leave us a message on our voicemail at 651.400.7504.
You will be asked to leave your name, where your exam occurred, your contact information (e.g.: phone number, a secure email address), and the best days/times to reach you. A MNCASA staff person will respond to your request with a return call and information about how to communicate your wishes regarding your case. To protect your privacy, we will not leave return voicemails or email messages.
All callers have the option to receive information about local advocacy services. Advocates can provide confidential resources and support regardless of your involvement with police or the age of your case.
The Opt In/Opt Out Line is not a confidential resource; however, information left on the Opt In/Opt Out Line will only be shared as necessary among MNCASA staff to help connect you to the appropriate agency.
You can access confidential support services through your local advocacy organization. These specially trained professionals can help you explore your options, connect you to resources, and provide support without sharing information or telling anyone if you do not want to. Go to our Contact an Advocate page to find confidential advocacy resources near you.
Callers who opt out of additional contact regarding their case can always opt in to receive information in the future by contacting the law enforcement agency in charge of their case.
Opt In/Opt Out Request
The Opt in/Opt out Line is not a confidential resource; however, information submitted through the opt in/out request form below will only be shared as necessary among MNCASA staff to help connect you to the appropriate agency.