Data contained on the NCIS is utilised by many organisations and research publications on a range of topics. Common to all is the mandate for community safety and death and injury prevention.
Below are links to some of the publications that utilise the coronial data contained on the NCIS.
The following organisations have access to the NCIS and produce annual reports on certain types of death.
Australian Institute of Criminology: Deaths in Custody
Australian Bureau of Statistics: Causes of Death
Safe Work Australia: Work-Related Traumatic Injury Fatalities
Royal Life Saving Society of Australia: National Drowning Report
Surf Life Saving Australia: National Coastal Safety Report
NSW Ombudsman: NSW Child Death Report
The following research publications cite NCIS data and have been categorised according to the main theme of the article.
Adverse Medical Effects
Drugs & Alcohol
Milner, A., Maheen, H., Currier, D., & La Montagne, A. D. (2017). Male suicide among construction workers in Australia: a qualitative analysis of the major stressors precipitating death. BMC Public Health.
Kinchin, I., & Doran, C. M. (2017). The Economic Cost of Suicide and Non-Fatal Suicide Behavior in the Australian Workforce and the Potential Impact of a Workplace Suicide Prevention Strategy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Petrass, L. A., & Blitvich, J. (2017). Understanding Contributing Factors to Child Drownings in Public Pools in Australia: a Review of National Coronial Records. International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education.