Some of the information provided includes the current status of the rape kit, victim and suspect information, and a summary of the case. So far, 20 cases have been posted.
"If we can solve one of those cases, if one of them needed to be sent back and we send it back and were able to solve it then it makes it all worth it," said Sgt. Robin Heiden with SLCPD.
Salt Lake City Councilman Kyle LaMalfa brought the issue of these untested rape kits to the department's attention at a council meeting in April.
"I look forward to really a systemic change in our ability to solve crime and help victims of sexual abuse," the councilman said after seeing the website Monday.
Thorne admits she was skeptical of the project but hopes that through this there will be a heightened awareness.
“I feel like other cities who have done this and they brought all those backlogs and they processed them were able to find serial rapists in the community and I hope that we're able to see that in Salt Lake just to make it safer to bring more light to the subject," she said.
Police tell FOX 13 that any identifying information like names, addresses and actual case numbers have been removed to protect the alleged victims.
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To view the Code R Kit Project site visit: http://slcpd.com/slcpd-code-r-kits-project/.