This Sunday is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, an event that acknowledges those who have died or been injured on the world’s roads, and advocates for action to reduce road trauma.

The NCIS is a valuable data collection that supports the development of death and injury prevention strategies by providing access to coronial data for death investigation and research.

NCIS Fatal facts is a unique tool that allows public access to Australian coronial recommendations. Users can search the tool by a variety of category tags. A search using the transport and traffic related category can identify summaries of relevant deaths and associated coronial recommendations made to improve public health and safety.

A variety of organisations use NCIS data to conduct research into transport deaths. Links to relevant research publications are available on the NCIS website.

Explore transport fatality research