Dr. Catherine Stinson and their research team at the Ethics and Technology Lab were involved in building the website for the Tracking (In)Justice portal, launched in the end of February. Tracking (In)Justice is an accessible online database tracking police-involved deaths in Canada. Based on publicly available sources including government reports and reliable Canadian media sources, the database includes information on date, location, police service, level of force used, and when known, age, race, and gender of the victims.
This collaborative project involves many organizations, such as the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA), Carleton University, University of Toronto, Women’s Health in Women’s Hands Community Health Centre, JusticeTrans and Aboriginal Legal Services and many more.
You can access the full list of collaborators and more information on the database on the portal website www.trackinginjustice.ca