Utilise and showcase the unique data collected in the NCIS
Enhance organisations’ capacity to pursue death and injury prevention
Increase public understanding and awareness of mortality risks
Key activity streams
Department of Health mortality reports
Three reports covering injury, drug-related and intentional self-harm mortality data provided to the Commonwealth Department of Health. This is an annual service.
Statistical reports prepared at the request of coroners and their staff to assist in death investigation.
De-identified, statistical reports prepared at the request of organisations with a bona fide interest in death and injury prevention. Request a data report
Publicly available documents about certain categories of death produced in response to community interest and safety concerns. Fact sheets contain de-identified, statistical information outlining mortality trends, raising awareness of mortality risks and informing death and injury prevention strategies. Outcomes will include both new fact sheets and updates to existing fact sheets. View NCIS fact sheets
External reports and publications
NCIS data is provided to experts who investigate mortality and develop death and injury prevention strategies. Authorised access to NCIS data is provided for ethically approved research projects by external organisations. Explore external annual reports and research publications
Data visualisation tools
NCIS database access is available to approved users however others may have a genuine interest or need for data. Data visualisation tools will allow other users access to controlled data sets via the website. Interactive tools may include access statistical data about the NCIS database and approved coronial data.
Fatal Facts Search tool
An electronic database containing case summaries and coronial recommendations from closed cases. The tool can be searched by category and is intended as a way to share information about the outcomes of coronial investigations. The database is updated with new case summaries and coronial recommendations regularly. Explore Fatal Facts Search