Supplies used during a training session for nurses on Sex Assault Forensic Exams on Oct. 2, 2014 at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo. Of the top 100 colleges as ranked by U.S. News and World Report for 2014, only four provide the exams in their student health center. Colleges cite the high cost of training and maintaining a SANE program as reason for having them on campus.

Rape Kits Can Be Hard to Find for College Students

The sexual assault forensic exam is a key tool leading to the conviction of rapists, and in ensuring the physical well-being of survivors. But the so-called SANE exam, or rape kit, isn't offered at CU, or anywhere in Boulder County, Rocky Mountain PBS I-News has found. The same is true of CSU and Fort Collins.

Marijuana Banking: Armored Car Ride Along to Denver Pot Shops


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Cash-heavy legal marijuana business seeks solutions to banking challenges from Rocky Mountain PBS on Vimeo. While it may appear that federal authorities have taken a wait-and-see approach to marijuana legalization in the 23 states that now allow either medical or recreational use, the federal government is stockpiling so-called "suspicious activity reports" on pot shops banking activities and these reports are poised like a blade over the budding industry should federal laws be enforced. These challenges in a cash-heavy business has led to private businesses, such as Blue Line Protection Group, that employ former military or law enforcement officers equipped with handguns, bulletproof vests, tactical training and armored trucks to transport cash to undisclosed locations for safekeeping rather than banks. Previously: Feds connecting legal marijuana transactions with suspicious activities
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