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SASETA Data Definitions

Definitions for IDPH Data Collection Report

Patients Presented with Complaint

The total number of patients that presented to your emergency room, were treated in your emergency room or were treated by your emergency room staff for sexual assault or sexual abuse. This number should include: 

  • Any patient that meets the current minimum requirements for an Illinois State Police Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit (ISP SAECK):
    • Present with a complaint of sexual assault/abuse within a minimum of the last 7 days Or
    • Who have disclosed past sexual assault/abuse by a specific individual and were in the care of that individual within a minimum of the last 7 days
  • Any patient presenting beyond the timeframe to perform for an (ISP SAECK) (NOTE: the kit can be offered well beyond 7 days for certain patient populations)
  • Any patient that was received as a transfer from another facility as part of an area wide treatment plan
  • Any patient that was treated on an in-patient unit by your emergency room staff 

Kits offered all ages

The total number of patients that were offered an ISP SAECK. This number may or may not match the number in “patients presented with complaint” above due to patients who present with a delayed disclosure (i.e. months or years after a sexual assault/abuse).

Kits offered to pediatric patient

The total number of patients under the age of 13 that were offered an ISP SAECK. Remember that the definition for when to offer a kit was expanded in 2019 to include those who have disclosed past sexual assault/abuse by a specific individual and were in the care of that individual within a minimum of the last 7 days. 

Completed for all ages

The total number of patients for which consent was obtained and an ISP SAECK was completed. (Note: a patient may decline any portion of the kit collection, but if any evidence is collected than that would count as being completed). 

Completed for pediatric patient

The total number of patients under the age of 13 for which consent was obtained and an ISP SAECK was completed. (Note: a patient/parent/guardian may decline any portion of the kit collection, but if any evidence is collected than that would count as being completed). 

Declined collection all ages

The total number of patients for which the opportunity to consent was offered and collection of an ISP SAECK was declined. (Note: a copy of the consent form with declination signatures should be available in the patient’s medical record). 

Pediatric declined collection

The total number of patients under the age of 13 for which the opportunity to consent was offered and collection of an ISP SAECK was declined. (Note: a copy of the consent form with declination signatures should be available in the patient’s medical record).