1. Link to FMS Act.
4. Full details of the history to the Bill for the FMS Act are available from this webpage: Link to FMS Act webpage.
5. More information about what people can expect during and following a forensic medical examination can be found at: Link to leaflet Forensic medical examination following a rape or sexual assault: information.
6. Whilst samples are considered "wet evidence" and require to be frozen, the other evidence mentioned is considered "dry evidence" and can simply be bagged and securely stored.