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If you have information about a death that is not currently in the databases, please let us know.


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Please let us know about any gaps in our databases or police-involved deaths that are entirely missing from the data set by answering the questions below.

If you have more information about an incident that is already included in the data sets, or would like to report an error in the data please use this form.

Please answer as many questions as you can.

Please include links to the media or government reports or other sources the information you have was obtained from. If information is not online please make sure to provide details on how to access the source of the information or give us your contact information at the bottom of this form so we can follow up if necessary.
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Our project defines a person in crisis as someone whose behaviour may bring them into contact with police and/or correctional facilities either because of an apparent need for urgent care within the mental health system, because they are otherwise experiencing a mental or emotional crisis and that the police are called in order to protect the person or those around them. The term person in crisis includes those who are experiencing mental illness as well as people who would be described by police as “emotionally disturbed.”

Tracking (In)Justice is a project of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, the Data and Justice Lab of the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Carleton University, the Ethics and Technology Lab at Queen’s University, and the Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (The CRIB) at the nFactor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.

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