Study goals were to create an awareness of resources and to ensure that existing research, information, knowledge, and best practices are accessible to all practitioners involved in the response to and investigation of sexual assault. Four recommendations are offered based on the study, along with suggested strategies for implementing the recommendations. First, create awareness among sexual assault team members of the availability of evidence-based best practices for use in guidelines. One important practice mentioned from the study is the development of Y-STR research that concludes viable DNA evidence can be collected possibly as long as 10 days after the sexual assault occurred. Second, provide a system of communication, collaboration, education, and knowledge transfer that can be maintained and updated. Third, develop evidence-based best practices for the collection and processing of sexual assault forensic evidence. Fourth, provide outreach and resources for the development of policies that will maintain high-quality performance over time.