Organisation

National Coronial Information System

Acronym
NCIS
Description

The National Coronial Information System (NCIS) is the national data repository for coronial information on deaths reported to a Coroner in Australia and New Zealand.

The function of the NCIS is to develop and maintain a high quality information service for coroners, policy makers and researchers to inform community health and safety strategies and benefit the community by contributing to a reduction in preventable death and injury.

Data reports may be provided (subject to coronial approval) and access to the database may be available for ethically approved research.

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Fact sheet

16 Oct 2019
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This National Coronial Information System (NCIS) fact sheet highlights the frequency of drug-related deaths reported to a coroner in Australia in 2015. There were an average of 57 drug-related deaths per week in 2015.

Fact sheet

16 Oct 2019
6

This National Coronial Information System (NCIS) fact sheet highlights the frequency of intentional self-harm deaths reported to a coroner in Australia in 2015. There were an average of 52 intentional self-harm deaths per week in 2015.

Fact sheet

16 Oct 2019
6

This National Coronial Information System (NCIS) fact sheet highlights the frequency of injury deaths reported to a coroner in Australia in 2016. There were an average of 148 injury deaths per week in 2016.

Fact sheet

16 Oct 2019
8

This National Coronial Information System (NCIS) fact sheet highlights the frequency of drug-related deaths reported to a coroner in Australia in 2016. There were an average of 62 drug-related deaths per week in 2016.

Fact sheet

16 Oct 2019
8

This National Coronial Information System (NCIS) fact sheet highlights the frequency of intentional self-harm deaths reported to a coroner in Australia in 2016. There were an average of 50 intentional self-harm deaths per week in 2016.

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